From what I see, when you install the .4 client profile from WSUS its registers as 120MB in add/remove programs in Windows. If you download and run dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe, it registers as 182MB. The WSUS version is
definitly incomplete because I've pushed this out to client machines via WSUS and they are having trouble using .net4 apps. If they run the .exe manually on their machine, all is fine. Is there any way to pull in the full version
of .net4 into WSUS? Thanks.
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We have SQL server 2008 installed in a virtual server and I just want to download tools for querying etc...om my pc. I downloaded the SQL Server 2008 Managemnt Express and installed the tools. My DBA is saying remove the express install and install the tools
from the full version. Is he correct or could I have used the SSME install to query the full version?
Following this thread: Any plans on releasing the source code for WebMatrix itself?
How about those Helpers code?
I tried reflecting into WebMatrix.exe but was unable. I'm interested on how you integrated the WPF Ribbon & the Office-style sidebar.
This my Two Table i have one doubt...
For my first table i have select Top 2 from Employee_info
and second table itz just selct * from MDEp..
What my doubt is on loading the above report?
Is this load all the record from MDep or just matching one based on Employee_info..?
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?
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