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MSDN Magazine February 2010
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The CLR security model in the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 has undergone some substantial changes, including the adoption of "Level2" transparency, similar to the Silverlight security model. Mike Rousos provides an in-depth explanation of how that will likely impact authors of AllowPartiallyTrustedCallers (APTCA) libraries.
MSDN Magazine March 2010
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MSDN Magazine November 2009
Just about everyone who uses Microsoft .NET uses the Base Class Libraries (BCL).When we make the BCL better, almost every managed developer benefits. This column will focus on the new additions to the BCL in .NET 4 beta 1.
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MSDN Magazine September 2009
See the changes the CLR team made to the CLR .for NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and the improvements you'll get running your existing CLR 2.0-based apps against this service pack.
MSDN Magazine April 2009
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MSDN Magazine March 2006
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MSDN Magazine February 2006
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MSDN Magazine December 2005
i am creating a grid view at run time.now i want to create controls inside the gridview at run time itself,and how to Bind/Eval it.
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Running Vista basic 64 bit, service pack 2.. have used the verification tool to verify all the dot net frameworks from 1.1 to 3.5.. passed
used the clean up utility to remove framework 4.. it says it was successful but appears to still be there..i.e. i can 'remove' framework 4 five times in a row (!)
It appears that the record of 'failed' windows update attempts for .net4 go back all the way to febuary.. so it's not anything recent..
The error is code 643, which would (IIRC) imply that i have not got all the service packs installed, but I do, and unlike the way it used to be, you can't re-install a service pack without uninstalling it first..
Since I am concerned that the bug that won't allow installation of .net 4 would manifest some othewr unexpected place if i tried reinstalling a sevice pack, i don't want to go the uninsstall/reinstall route unless i *really* have to...
Frankly i'm at a loss..