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Custom Rule Sets for Analyzers
Whether you are using the VSIX or the NuGet, you can configure which analyzer should be active, and what action it effects. The simplest way is to go to the References / Open Active Rule Set context menu command (don't be deterred when the Analyzers node is empty):
This will allow you to configure the rule set (if it is not one of the built-in ones, please see the References section on this page):
If you want to easily apply a pre-defined rule set, go to Project / Properties / Code Analysis. There, you can define new rule sets based on existing ones, or select one you already defined (can be checked in too with your projects). This is also the best way to define corporate rule sets or your personal "global" rule set that you want to use on all your projects.