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I am new to VS and holographic apps. I tried the following:
-> Create a C# test project
-> Simulated bloom gesture using perception simulation

When I run the test, i get :
Run test started ------
System.AppDomainUnloadedException: Attempted to access an unloaded AppDomain. This can happen if the test(s) started a thread but did not stop it. Make sure that all the threads started by the test(s) are stopped before completion.

My code snippet:
public void TestMethod1()
Task.Run(async () =>
RestSimulationStreamSink sink = await RestSimulationStreamSink.Create(
new Uri(""),
new System.Net.NetworkCredential("", ""),
new System.Threading.CancellationToken());

                IPerceptionSimulationManager manager = PerceptionSimulationManager.CreatePerceptionSimulationManager(sink);

            catch (Exception e)


        });  }

My VS version is 2015 Update 3, and .net version 4.7.02053. I tried using Thread.Abort(), but Thread.Abort() is not getting listed at all.

Pl help me get this issue resolved

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