@OldGrantonian: Ignore fayebryant00, it's a spammer.
What are the package sources that you have configured? If you specify -ListAvailable switch, that's enough. Open Fiddler and observe the outgoing traffic. See if any connection is made to nuget.org.
>> it's a spammer
That proves how dumb I am :)
The other way to prove it is to say that I don't really understand anything in your sincerely motivated response :)
I assumed that NuGet was similar to the package manager in Ubuntu. Open it, and you see all the packages that have been approved as "safe" for Ubuntu users. A simple click means that it's installed autmatically. Removal is also a single click.
Each time I want to download something related to ASP.NET (I'm not a techie), it seems that I've been offered the option of (a) downloading and installing manually, or (b) using something called NuGet.
So, I added NuGet to my MS Visual Web Developer Express 2008, Now I'm trying to figure out how to use it :)
So, here's my answers anyway.
>> What are the package sources that you have configured?
None. But in the dropdown, there are 2 options:
NuGet official package source
>> If you specify -ListAvailable switch, that's enough.
My OP says that's not true :)
>> Open Fiddler
Well, I googled Fiddler and saw that it's a "Web Debugging Proxy". So, if I need to do that, I might as well continue downloading manually.
But thanks anyway :)