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New Visual Studio 2017

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Hi All,
Is anyone using the new Visual Studio 2017? I am using it with C#, but I also have been trying to get the Xamarin cross-platform project to work, and so far, no luck. If I create a new project, and pick Cross Platform, by the time the project base has "built", I have 18 errors and 10 warnings, and I have touched anything. These are all with C# as the base language. I have the same problem, if I pick a UWP form, filled with errors before the base ever loads. Anyone else have this problem, and found a solution for it?
I've also posted this on MSDN, and so far, no one there has an answer either. I'd like to update both if I can find an answer.

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Scott
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