So I have already searched for similar topics and tried some of the suggestd resolutions to no avail. I had originally installed TeamCity 8 and setup the NuGet Server as per the blog posting I saw showing how to publish the NuGet package as an artifact. All worked as expected. As this was an initial project and test I decided to upgrade to version 9 before I completed the build setup. Upgrading the server with the same build confguration resulted in the NuGet packages not being shown in Visual Studio as they had while using Version 8. I tried multiple configuration changes, even deleting the project and starting from scratch. After much head banging and frustration I decided to completely kill my v9 installation and DB and start with a fresh version 9 install. I still cannot get the packages to show in the VS package manager regardless if I select Pre-Release or Stable Only. Calling the URL with /Packages() results in some XML with the package information but I still cannot get anything to show in VS.
What has changed between 8 and 9? Am I missing some configuration? If I look at the XML from the /Packages() call I see a URL to download the package. I can download and store in a local directory which VS can read and detect the package. This seems to indicate something is working but my direct feed to the NuGet server is not. I will attach the output of the /Packages() call in case there is something obvious to those in the know that I am doing wrong.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
PS: I replaced the URL before posting the attachment. The URL is an exernally accessible URL and if I put the download URL into a browser from the VS machine it does download correctly