Enterprise Library Configuration Application Block Console: should the EL PublicKeyToken be inserted into code when using the console?

When I use the Enterprise Library Configuration Application Block Console to set up Validators in the App.config file of an app, the xml does not contain the strongly typed PublicKeyToken of EL.

It just shows PublicKeyToken=null

Is this the expected behaviour? i.e. is it expected that PKT be manually assigned?

If not, please would you guide me through how I can have the PKT assigned automatically when using the Application Block Console.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
käµfm³d 👽Commented:
It seems to be adding it for me.

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quentinAAuthor Commented:
kaufmed gave me feedback that told me how to change a vsix so that config console can be used in VS2013. This solved the PublicKeyToken problem
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