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I am starting a new coding job with a new client.
The problem I am having is that a lot of issues with namespaces that can not be found or maybe missing directives or an assembly reference.  This, I think, is a common thing.  So I am wondering where I can download a free DLL from Microsoft that will do the trick and get me to compile my code.  The class the code is using that the compiler does not like is "GeoPoint".
A quick search online offered using nuget to install the package Azure.Core.
So, how do I do this?  I am using Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2019.  I am looking for some direction.  Please advise.

On my work computer, I went to in my browser but it is blocked.  So, I am assuming now that I have to use visual studio itself to add new assemblies instead of using a browser.  Is that right or do I have to ask my administrator for access?

The page:
offers me another hint with "Package Manager"
I found under Project->Manage Nuget Packages..."   in visual studio but when i try to uplad a package I get an error message.

So, my manager said I fist need to download an assemply.

Please advise.

What I have tried:

tried to use Visual Studio packet manager and it failed
Updated 11-Jan-22 2:05am

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