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deployment of .Net framework based application

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 

Hello,

 

I want to make setup of .net framework based application in which following components must be included within setup file.

 

- .Net framework 2.0

- Windows Installer 3.1

- MDAC 2.8

 

I don't want to provide the link and let user manually download it and install it.

Setup should check whether this components are installed or not.

I tried Inno Setup maker but it requires internet to download .net framework then it installs.

 

My application is for india and internet is not widely spread in india till now.

 

Please help me ....




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