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Where can I download Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1.4322?ÃÂ I've had a search on the download site but I cannont see a link for it.ÃÂ I already have more recent version of the .NET Framework installed but the application I am trying to instal insists I get version 1.1.4322.
Any help would be greatly apprciated.
Thank you very much.
i am doing a page to sell files online
the paying method is by a card or bank account and the customer is not registered to the site so i want to make sure that the customer has downloaded the file successfully after that the system completes the payment operation
so if there is any way to know do that tell me please
i use c# thanx all
how to create a mobile version of a website?Is there any server support needed?How does the browser detect whether the url is accessed via mobile device or a PC?
My machine is alread installed with Sql Server 2005. I need to install sql server 2005 reporting services as a add-on.
Where can i download this from. Can anyone post the link here..?
Thanks in advance
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