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Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v5 is now generally available 

Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v5 is now generally available 

The Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v5 has been released and is now available for use. With new features and capabilities including retry handling, secure redirects, and batching requests, this version of the SDK boasts a new, more efficient fluent API and models that allow for large file management. Developers can now more easily take advantage of the Microsoft Graph's functionality within their .NET applications.

To take full advantage of these new capabilities, developers can now download and utilize the Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v5. With these updates and new features, developers can streamline development and create more robust, efficient applications.

To learn more about how the Microsoft Graph .NET SDK v5's capabilities can benefit your development practices, take a look at the original post on the Microsoft 365 Developer Blog.

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