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Are there any plans to extend support for .Net Core?

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Hello,

Please clarify what exactly you mean by support for .Net Core.

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Particularly for referencing the ADSI Provider assembly for either PowerShell Core (PowerShell version 6/7) or a .Net Core web application using Visual Studio. Unless I'm mistaken, only .NET Framework 4.8 is supported but not .Net Core.

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Hello,

Thank you for clarifying. Yes, we are planning to move to .Net (.Net Core) in one of the next major releases.

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