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It turned out that the solution was very simple, the Sharepoint Client Dlls, were not set to Copy Local True, it was false. Changing this flag fixed my problem. ...


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1) Didn't work with Visual Studio Online, but I don't see any differencies between Your 'real' dev machines and Azure. You can use what You want like on a standalone machine too 2) I use TFS online http://tfs.visualstudio.com in azure vms. Will be free if team is up to 5 3) All like in real life, You can put Your machines in one network and share SQL ...


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I don't think you're facing a SharePoint issue since this is happening as you try to publish. Nothing related to SharePoint at this point. You might have more success tagging this with Azure.


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Just use Microsoft.Sharepoint.Client & Runtime Dlls of Version 16. You won't get this error. Stackoverflow link



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