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Where are .Net framework v3.5 DLLs for SQL CLR project on 64-bit Windows 7 PC with VS 2010?

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Hi, I need to develop a Visual C# SQL CLR Database Project in VD 2010 on my Windows 7 64-bit machine, but even though I can set the target version of the framework to be v3.5, I cannot create an assembly in SQL because I cannot locate the individual v3.5 assemblies to be able to be able to reference them. So what do I do - install them via dotnetfx35.exe? Do I need a 64-bit version of that? This whole thing is fraught with complications and I haven't found anything on the web to give a clear answer. It would be nice if SQL 2008 R2 just supported version 4.0 of the framework, but that doesn't appear to be the case. Please, if anyone can shed light on this I'd be most grateful.

Regards, TG

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