Microsoft .Net Framework is one of the very most popular software frameworks that includes a large and powerful class library known as Framework Class Library (FCL). The .Net Framework provides software platforms for Windows, desktop, web and mobile applications. The very first version of .Net Framework 1.0 released in Feb 2002 and the next .Net Framework 1.1 is integrated with Visual Studio 2003. The latest version of .Net Framework 4.6.1 is released and integrated with Visual Studio 2015 SP1.
The .Net Setup Framework Verification tool:
In general as we know, whenever a new version of .Net Framework is released, then the Visual Studio IDE also gets a patch update in the form of Service Pack. Since the .Net Framework class library is growing, it’s required .Net developer to keep his development environment up to date with all these framework versions and dependent service packs installed. Otherwise, some applications may not compile or run if the dependent .Net Framework and related service pack is not installed.
In business or production environments, it is also necessary to make sure that Windows’ operating system is installed with the required .Net Framework version before the software application program is deployed. In this article, introducing a magical tool helps in getting the detailed report of installed and not installed .Net Framework versions.
The .Net Setup Framework Verification tool is designed to verify the installation state of one or more versions of the .Net Framework on your computer. It generates the report that contains detailed reports of all installed and not installed .Net Frameworks.
The .NET Framework setup verification tool verifies the following framework versions.
How to use it?
Please find the below steps to generate the details of installation state of one or more versions of the .Net Framework on your computer.
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