Hello
Tianran Wang
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Tianran Wang, Are you using 2017 or 2015? Looks like the step ‘Open cmd prompt as administrator, vcpkg integrate install’ did not work correctly.

Anyhow, can you try this workaround:

Change CMakeLists.txt file, towards the bottom to use the folder directly:

if (WIN32)
set(VCPKG_INSTALL “C:/vcpkg/installed/x86-windows”)
message(“Using vcpkg_install ${VCPKG_INSTALL}”)
include_directories(${VCPKG_INSTALL}/include)
link_directories(${VCPKG_INSTALL}/lib)
link_directories(${VCPKG_INSTALL}/debug/lib)
endif()

add_executable(ExtendedKF ${sources})

if (NOT WIN32)
target_link_libraries(ExtendedKF z ssl uv uWS)
else()
target_link_libraries(ExtendedKF ssleay32 libuv uWS ws2_32)
target_link_libraries(ExtendedKF optimized zlib )
target_link_libraries(ExtendedKF debug zlibd )
endif()

You can download this new CMakeLists.txt file from https://raw.githubusercontent.com/drganjoo/term2-setup/master/fixes/CMakeLists.txt

VS2015: Then you can regenerate the solution by deleting the build directory, creating it again and then:

cd build
cmake .. -G “Visual Studio 14”

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