Our Windows 7 application is using the standard VS 2010 setup project and our deployment requires the full .NET 4.0 installation NOT the .NET client profile. The launch conditions of our setup specifes the .NET Framework 4, (not the .NET Framework 4 Client
Profile). However on target systems that need .NET installed as a prequisite; the user is guided to the NET Framework 4 Client Profile rather than full download. The result is frustrating since most users don't know the difference so they install the client
profile; reattempt the installation which still fails because the full .NET Framework never got installed.
Is there are workaround for this? Additionally is there any plan to have .NET 4 presinstalled on Windows 7 or devliverd by Windows Update?
Thanks in advance
On further inspection this occurs only when the installation is started from the msi installer. Setup.exe is OK. However any assistance on when full .NET 4 will be installed on Win 7 or pushed by the Windows update service would be appreciated
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