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    .net framework

    Im currently building a new machine to make images of for our new ranger network.

    Looking at the .netframework that im sure i ll need to put on.
    Do i need to install .net 1.1 .net 2.o .net3.9 .net3.5 and .net 4 individually and in that order or will installing .net 4 cover do everything?

    TIA

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    My advice would be to install all, and particularly the extended version of 4 (soon to be required by SIMS.net).

    After all of them have installed run NGEN (found in the .net Framework structure) with the eqi switch to force execution of queued compilation jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLibrarian View Post

    After all of them have installed run NGEN (found in the .net Framework structure) with the eqi switch to force execution of queued compilation jobs.
    Do what now?

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    Code:
    c:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\ngen.exe eqi
    When .net installs it installs the un-compiled assembly's; using idle time it will compile them at a later time - much better to provide a PC with the compilation complete.
    Last edited by TheLibrarian; 19th July 2011 at 02:21 PM. Reason: Syntax error.

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    .net 3 contains 2 and 3 however 4 only contains version 4. So if have software that needs 3 or 2 then installing just 4 will not work.

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    You probably don't need .NET installed, but I would recommend you install .NET 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 on your master image.

    I've created a script here you can use once you've downloaded the huge updates from Microsoft.

    To be honest, this is where Windows 7 shines as it already includes everything upto .NET 3.5. You only need to install .NET 4.0

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    All the .nets installed

    Do i do c:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\ngen .exe /eqi now?

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    Indeed you do.

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    unrecognised option /eqi ??

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    Idiot me! Sorry, remove the "/".

    I've got it scripted and didn't check the syntax before I posted.

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