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Persistent Storage In Visual Studio 2010 Extensions

TLDR: Use an instance of IServiceProvider gotten from your Package to gain access to a SettingsManager, which grants access to a WritableSettingsStore that you can easily wrap to store data in the DPAPI protected area of your users' registry.


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