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Valued Contributor III
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19.0 official release and Visual Studio Integration: "Advisor Results" section introduced automatically

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With 19.0 official release of Intel Parallel Studio and the integration of this product with Visual Studio, I am noticing an "Advisor Results" section getting introduced automatically in all my solutions regardless of whether an Intel Advisor analysis was requested explicitly.  Are other readers noticing this?  Does anyone know how to avoid this?

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This is a known issue and

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This is a known issue and will be fixed in Update 1.

Meanwhile, the workaround is to remove Advisor integration:

Select one of them following ways:

  1. Use the Advisor tool for disabling integration: /path_to_advisor_install/bin32/advixe-vsreg.exe -d=2017(or other version)
  2. Uninstall the Advisor plugin manually: In Visual Studio go to the "Tools"->"Extensions and Updates", look for "Intel Advisor (version)" and click "Uninstall". If the "Uninstall" button is disabled, click button "Disable" and then "Uninstall".
Devorah - Intel® Developer Support

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New Contributor I
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Yes, I get this too.  It

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Yes, I get this too.  It seems to be benign in that the solution (sln) file is not modified on exit.

Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2015
Version 14.0.25431.01 Update 3
Microsoft .NET Framework
Version 4.7.03056

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This is a known issue and

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This is a known issue and will be fixed in Update 1.

Meanwhile, the workaround is to remove Advisor integration:

Select one of them following ways:

  1. Use the Advisor tool for disabling integration: /path_to_advisor_install/bin32/advixe-vsreg.exe -d=2017(or other version)
  2. Uninstall the Advisor plugin manually: In Visual Studio go to the "Tools"->"Extensions and Updates", look for "Intel Advisor (version)" and click "Uninstall". If the "Uninstall" button is disabled, click button "Disable" and then "Uninstall".
Devorah - Intel® Developer Support

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New Contributor I
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Method 1 worked for me: I

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Method 1 worked for me: I executed advixe-vsreg from a parallel studio compilers tool command prompt run as administrator.

I couldn't find the Advisor plugin in VS 2015 Pro.

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Still present in 2019u1.

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Still present in 2019u1.

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New Contributor I
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Sometimes you are not paying

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Sometimes you are not paying full attention.  The VS 2017 - update 15.9.2 was just pushed out by Microsoft.  Without really thinking about it I updated and now I get the error message below.

I cannot fix it because the VS2017 15.8 has been taken down. 

I just have to wait until an update on IFORT - no great problem - just go back to VS2015 for a while.

Just a note if you are thinking of updating - don't.

John

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