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#1: Missing .Net Framework Configuration Utility

Posted on 2008-04-22 15:39:44 by John Coltrane

I installed VS 2008 with the .Net framework and the Configuration
utility doesn't seem to be installed. The book I am using says it should
be installed in the administration applet. How can I install this?

thanks for your help

john

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#2: Re: Missing .Net Framework Configuration Utility

Posted on 2008-04-22 16:15:34 by Norman Yuan

Do you mean you do not have "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration"
applet in Control Panel->Administrativer Tools? Or are looking for
"Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x Configuration"? If it is the latter, no, there
is no such thing, because .NET 3.x is just add-ons on top of .NET2.0. For
CAS, you still use .NET2.0 Configuration Applet. If it is former, that means
your .NET 2.0 SDK was not installed properly.



"John Coltrane" <tendengarci@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:e71tU5HpIHA.3860@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>I installed VS 2008 with the .Net framework and the Configuration utility
>doesn't seem to be installed. The book I am using says it should be
>installed in the administration applet. How can I install this?
>
> thanks for your help
>
> john

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#3: Re: Missing .Net Framework Configuration Utility

Posted on 2008-04-22 18:23:05 by John Coltrane

Norman Yuan wrote:
> Do you mean you do not have "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration"
> applet in Control Panel->Administrativer Tools? Or are looking for
> "Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x Configuration"? If it is the latter, no,
> there is no such thing, because .NET 3.x is just add-ons on top of
> .NET2.0. For CAS, you still use .NET2.0 Configuration Applet. If it is
> former, that means your .NET 2.0 SDK was not installed properly.
>
>
>
> "John Coltrane" <tendengarci@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:e71tU5HpIHA.3860@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> I installed VS 2008 with the .Net framework and the Configuration
>> utility doesn't seem to be installed. The book I am using says it
>> should be installed in the administration applet. How can I install this?
>>
>> thanks for your help
>>
>> john
>
Norman,
I do not have the applet. I did a complete install of Visual Studio
2008. I thought this would install everything. Is there a separate
install for the Framework?
john

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#4: Re: Missing .Net Framework Configuration Utility

Posted on 2008-04-22 19:58:11 by Norman Yuan

That Applet only comes with .NET2.0 SDK Since VS2008 will install .NET3.5,
which in turn installs .NET2.0 SDK, I suppose. Since all my computers have
had .NET2.0 SDK/VS2005 installed before VS2008, so, I am not sure why your
VS2008 did ot get that installed.

However, if you can try to install .NET2.0 SDK first and then reinstall your
VS2008 (before reinstalling, you can verify if that applet is there or not).
Or you search your c: drive for "mscorcfg.msc", which is the applet. If you
found, then you definitely has .NET2.0 SDK installed, it just for some
reason the shortcut did not get created in Control Pabel->Administrative
Tools applet.

I have also heard that VB2008 Express version also not set this applet up.
Are you using VB2008 Express? If so, I'd install .NET2.0 SDK first and then
install VS2008 Express.

Here is also a good info in this regard:

http://home.hot.rr.com/graye/Articles/CodeAccessSecurity.htm



"John Coltrane" <tendengarci@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ORglmUJpIHA.1240@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Norman Yuan wrote:
>> Do you mean you do not have "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration"
>> applet in Control Panel->Administrativer Tools? Or are looking for
>> "Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x Configuration"? If it is the latter, no,
>> there is no such thing, because .NET 3.x is just add-ons on top of
>> .NET2.0. For CAS, you still use .NET2.0 Configuration Applet. If it is
>> former, that means your .NET 2.0 SDK was not installed properly.
>>
>>
>>
>> "John Coltrane" <tendengarci@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> news:e71tU5HpIHA.3860@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>>> I installed VS 2008 with the .Net framework and the Configuration
>>> utility doesn't seem to be installed. The book I am using says it should
>>> be installed in the administration applet. How can I install this?
>>>
>>> thanks for your help
>>>
>>> john
>>
> Norman,
> I do not have the applet. I did a complete install of Visual Studio 2008.
> I thought this would install everything. Is there a separate install for
> the Framework?
> john

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#5: Re: Missing .Net Framework Configuration Utility

Posted on 2008-04-22 20:32:06 by John Coltrane

Norman Yuan wrote:
> That Applet only comes with .NET2.0 SDK Since VS2008 will install
> .NET3.5, which in turn installs .NET2.0 SDK, I suppose. Since all my
> computers have had .NET2.0 SDK/VS2005 installed before VS2008, so, I am
> not sure why your VS2008 did ot get that installed.
>
> However, if you can try to install .NET2.0 SDK first and then reinstall
> your VS2008 (before reinstalling, you can verify if that applet is there
> or not). Or you search your c: drive for "mscorcfg.msc", which is the
> applet. If you found, then you definitely has .NET2.0 SDK installed, it
> just for some reason the shortcut did not get created in Control
> Pabel->Administrative Tools applet.
>
> I have also heard that VB2008 Express version also not set this applet
> up. Are you using VB2008 Express? If so, I'd install .NET2.0 SDK first
> and then install VS2008 Express.
>
> Here is also a good info in this regard:
>
> http://home.hot.rr.com/graye/Articles/CodeAccessSecurity.htm
>
>
>
> "John Coltrane" <tendengarci@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:ORglmUJpIHA.1240@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> Norman Yuan wrote:
>>> Do you mean you do not have "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
>>> Configuration" applet in Control Panel->Administrativer Tools? Or are
>>> looking for "Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x Configuration"? If it is
>>> the latter, no, there is no such thing, because .NET 3.x is just
>>> add-ons on top of .NET2.0. For CAS, you still use .NET2.0
>>> Configuration Applet. If it is former, that means your .NET 2.0 SDK
>>> was not installed properly.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> "John Coltrane" <tendengarci@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>> news:e71tU5HpIHA.3860@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>>>> I installed VS 2008 with the .Net framework and the Configuration
>>>> utility doesn't seem to be installed. The book I am using says it
>>>> should be installed in the administration applet. How can I install
>>>> this?
>>>>
>>>> thanks for your help
>>>>
>>>> john
>>>
>> Norman,
>> I do not have the applet. I did a complete install of Visual Studio
>> 2008. I thought this would install everything. Is there a separate
>> install for the Framework?
>> john
>
it looks like I do have 2.0 installed. I have v2.0.50727 installed.
Maybe the applet isn't registered? I tried to reinstall but it said it
was already installed. I have the full Visual Studio from the MSDN
Professional edition.

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