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Old 28-12-2006
Hank Freeman
 
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Windows Server 2003 R2 & Dot Net 1.1.4322 and 2.0.50727 - Setup a

When installing a new Windos server 2003 R2 from Nothing, it was noticed in
the release notes and other WWW Ms documentation that DOT.NET is now a
Windows component. In working setup, I went to install the Dot.Net component
and I noticed that it was called "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0" The
reality here is that it is really Dot.Net 1.1.4322. and not 2.0.... This is
a minor issue that needs to cleaned up for R2 at least with documentation.
To prove my point I have screen shots to show the anomoly. Well at least
they show what has and has not been loaded.

If a MS tech wants they can contact me at hankf@sedata.com for the screen
shots so that this can be properly document, please do so and the screen
shots and narrative will be forwarded to you.
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