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Issue with compiling VuGen script after recording .net application

I am having an issue compiling a VuGen script after I have recorded a .net application. The application uses Microsoft Sync Framework. I'm not sure if this is the issue. Every time I attempt to compile the script I receive many compile errors all stating the same thing and it's with all the variables created with VuGen:

is not accessible in this context because it is 'Private'.

Changing the variable in question from Private to Public doesn't change anything.

I installed Microsoft Sync Framework on my machine and added the realted .dll's as a reference in my Filter Manager but to no avail. When using the .dll's and compiling the script I see a lot of errors showing the following:

// Found an undefined object of type SyncUtility.UploadSyncAgent. Assigning it the name SyncUtility_UploadSyncAgent_1.
// Suggested solution: adding both this type, in assembly SyncUtility, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null, to the filter
// and/or any other types that return instances of this one.
// Note: This script will not compile as is.

If anyone can point me in the right direction, suggest something I may not have tried, or suggest a better way to record this .net application I would greatly appreciate it.
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Re: Issue with compiling VuGen script after recording .net application

Can you send us the script with full logs?
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