Net Framework 4.0 Full Download Windows Server 2008 R2
hi am princebill i have windows 8 enterprises i have downloaded .net framework 3.5 full installer 231mb but if try to run it the this box comes up saying windows need to install some feature if i click the button download and install it will start downloading but stops at midway point and says windows feature could not be installed and i hace lost the iso image
net framework 4.0 full download windows server 2008 r2
Hey,i have a .NET framework v3.5 installed in m windows 7 32 bit. I have an application which need v4.0. i downloaded the v4.0 from the official microsoft website an ran it. It installed correctly but when i open the *Turn windows features on/off* it still shows v3.5 while the *uninstall a program* shows v4.0. My application is not running and is still showing the error that you need .NET framework v4.0. I am helpless. What do i do ?? please help ASAP. :'(
Hi, Thanks for sharing the farmeworks. I have a serious question here. Actually i have a windows application current version is .net2.0 and I plan to migrate the app into .net 4.5 but here is a catch under my solution folder i have several modules out of that one is compatable with XP os since the 3rd party components are not supportive with win7 and later. Now suggest me on the below questions.1. If i build the code in the 4.5 framework is it backward compactable with the .net 3.5 which is already been installed in my XP OS?2. else, If i build the code in 4.0 framework is it compactable with the .net 3.5 which is already been installed in my XP OS?3. Since my solution having a sharing BL and DA layers for different modules i dont know how to handle this situatuion?Please expecting a fast respone. Many Thanks in advance.
i am going to install ansys 13 software in windows 8. i am getting problem that it asks microsoft net framework 3.5 sp1 patch,microsoft net framework 3.0 sp2 patch,microsoft net framework 2.0 sp2 patch. what shoud i do? plz help me.
Version 1.1 is the first minor .NET Framework upgrade. It is available on its own as a redistributable package or in a software development kit, and was published on 3 April 2003. It is also part of the second release of Visual Studio .NET 2003. This is the first version of the .NET Framework to be included as part of the Windows operating system, shipping with Windows Server 2003. Mainstream support for .NET Framework 1.1 ended on 14 October 2008, and extended support ended on 8 October 2013. .NET Framework 1.1 provides full backward compatibility to version 1.0, except in rare instances where an application will not run because it checks the version number of a library.
.NET Framework 3.0, formerly called WinFX, was released on 6 November 2006. It includes a new set of managed code APIs that are an integral part of Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. It is also available for Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 as a download. There are no major architectural changes included with this release; .NET Framework 3.0 uses the same CLR as .NET Framework 2.0. Unlike the previous major .NET releases there was no .NET Compact Framework release made as a counterpart of this version. Version 3.0 of the .NET Framework shipped with Windows Vista. It also shipped with Windows Server 2008 as an optional component (disabled by default).
For the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 there is also a new variant of the .NET Framework, called the ".NET Framework Client Profile", which at 28 MB is significantly smaller than the full framework and only installs components that are the most relevant to desktop applications. However, the Client Profile amounts to this size only if using the online installer on Windows XP SP2 when no other .NET Frameworks are installed or using Windows Update. When using the off-line installer or any other OS, the download size is still 250 MB.
For Windows Server 2008 we need to download and install these prerequisites for the Azure AD Connect prerequisites. Install these packages first in the following order before you continue and download and install the other packages:
Then download the Windows Management Framework 3.0 here.This is the latest version of the Windows Management Framework that is available for Windows Server 2008. The only file you need on the x64 version of Windows Server 2008 is Windows6.0-KB2506146-x64.msu (14,4 MB). Install it. Reboot afterwards.
I feel the best way to do this is by installing Azure AD Connect on a Windows Server 2012 installation as a Staging Mode server. This new Azure AD Connect installation won't make any changes to your Azure AD tenant or Active Directory environment, but will populate its Azure AD Connect database. Then, you can cross-check the contents of the database on both Azure AD Connect installations. After you're satisfied the new Azure AD Connect installation performs in the same way as your current Azure AD Connect installation, you can configure the Windows Server 2008 R2-based Azure AD Connect installation to Staging Mode, too, and quickly thereafter configure the Windows Server 2012 R2-based Azure AD Connect installation as no longer being in Staging Mode. It will become the actively synchronizing Azure AD Connect installation. After a week, or so, when everything continues to run smoothly, simply uninstall Azure AD Connect from Windows Server 2008 R2.
Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1 contains PowerShell 5.1. By default Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 runs the older PowerShell version 2. By downloading and installing WMF 5.1 to a Windows Server 2008 R2 system, we can upgrade it to PowerShell version 5.1.
Before we download and install WMF though, we must first install .NET Framework 4.5.2 or later, as this is a prerequisite for WMF 5.1 in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, and by default 2008 R2 SP1 comes with .NET 3.5. You can download a newer version of .NET from here:
The .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 is a full cumulative update that "includes cumulative servicing updates to the .NET Framework 2.0 and .NET Framework 3.0 subcomponents." If .NET was working correctly until recently, you may only need to un-do and reinstall the 3.5 SP1 Update as follows. Verify or create a Restore Point in Windows System Accessories. In Windows Explorer, verify or create a C:\Downloads folder (or "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\Downloads"). Download the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 from Microsoft (file name dotNetFx35setup.exe at =ab99342f-5d1a-413d-8319-81da479ab0d7&displaylang=en ) into your Downloads folder Download the .NET Framework Cleanup Tool (file name dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip at -27e6a35d1a492af7.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Blog_Tools/dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip or see Cleanup Tool User's Guide and download links at ) into your Downloads folder Unzip dotNetFx_Cleanup_tool.zip (see warning above and alternative note below) Run dotNetFx_Cleanup_tool.exe In Windows XP, use the Cleanup Tool to Remove Only .Net 2.0, 3.0, and 3.5 Note: If you "Remove All" .Net Framework versions in Windows XP, follow the instructions above for Automated Cleanup and Streamlined Re-Install to include .NET version 1.1 and 1.1 SP1.
In Windows Vista, Remove Only .NET 3.5 (because earlier versions of .NET are part of the operating system)
Note: An alternative to using the dotNet Cleanup Tool is to uninstall and rename versions 3.5, 3.0 and 2.0 as described in the Standard Manual Repair and Rebuild section above.
Restart Windows Install .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (which includes 2.0 SP2 and 3.0 SP2 subcomponents)
Install Windows Updates.
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