[mapguide-internals] Installer: .net framework really required?

Jackie Ng jumpinjackie at gmail.com
Thu Mar 12 08:50:26 EDT 2009

I've added a feature condition to the affected features to disable them if
the .NET Framework is not present. The user will also get a nice dialog
stating that some features won't be available.


And it may surprise you, but there are plenty of XP and Server 2003 boxen
out there without .NET 2.0 installed.

- Jackie

Jason Birch wrote:
> The installer has a condition that means it refuses to continue if .Net is
> not installed.
> Are there really servers out there that don't have .Net 2.0 installed? :)
> Anyway, the Maestro component and the WebServerExtension (when configured
> for .Net) require .Net 2.0.  I'm not sure what would happen if they were
> installed without it, but I have a feeling that the WSE virtual
> directories would get misconfigured.
> Jason
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> which part exactly, the whole installer or just parts thereof?
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