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Enhance Your x64 Applications with .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1 (x64)


A lot of users are confused if they need to install an older version of NET Framework like NET 2.0. In this post, MiniTool provides a full guide on the NET Framework 2.0 download/install and other related information.




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Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 Download & Install for Windows 8/7 What is .NET Framework 4.5? Where to download NET Framework 4.5? If you are also trying to figure them out, this post is what you need.


The NET Framework 2.0 has been supported for a decade, but it reaches the end of support on April 12, 2016. That is to say, no longer updates and security fixes/patches are provided for this version. However, certain apps and programs still require Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 to run. In this case, you can manually download NET.Framework 2 and install it.


Since the NET Framework 3.5 version contains .NET 2.0 and 3.0, we recommend you check if you have already installed NET 3.5 on your PC. If it is, you just need to enable NET 3.5. If not, you can refer to the following .NET Framework 2.0 download and install guide.


Step 1. Click here to open the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (x64) Service webpage, and then select the language from the drop-down menu and click on Download. Then select a location to save the download package.


If you are running on a 32-bit operating system, download Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (x86) from here. If you are not sure about that, this post provides a guide to check whether your system is x64 or x86 version.


Why I install .net3.5 manual failed ? I download the .netframework 3.5 and copy to windows 8. I run the .net3.5 installation package. it also popup notice. But I want to install .net3.5 not require the network. any body gives some suggest?


As an alternative to the macOS installers for .NET, you can download and manually install the SDK and runtime. Manual installation is usually performed as part of continuous integration testing. For a developer or user, it's generally better to use an installer.


First, download a binary release for either the SDK or the runtime from one of the following sites. If you install the .NET SDK, you will not need to install the corresponding runtime:


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Next, extract the downloaded file and use the export command to set DOTNET_ROOT to the extracted folder's location and then ensure .NET is in PATH. This should make the .NET CLI commands available at the terminal. For more information about .NET environment variables, see .NET SDK and CLI environment variables.


Alternatively, after downloading the .NET binary, the following commands may be run from the directory where the file is saved to extract the runtime. This will also make the .NET CLI commands available at the terminal and set the required environment variables. Remember to change the DOTNET_FILE value to the name of the downloaded binary:


NCo 3.1 supports .NET framework versions 4.6.2 up to 4.8.1 as runtime. It requires the Microsoft C++ Runtime DLLs version 14.x (this version is contained in Visual C++ Redistributable package for Visual Studio 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2022). You can get the installer from the Microsoft download page.


The .NET 2.0 variant of NCo 3.0 requires the Microsoft C++ Runtime DLLs version 8.x (this version is contained in Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributables) Please see SAP Note 684106 for details about downloading and installing this runtime.


The .NET 4.0 variant of NCo 3.0 requires the Microsoft C++ Runtime DLLs version 10.x (this version is contained in Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributables). You can get the installer from the Microsoft download page.


  • Note: This is an archived page of older versions. For the latest Oracle .NET and Visual Studio (Code) downloads, please visit the .NET Download Page.ODAC 12.2c Release 1 and Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio (12.2.0.1.1)Download Release notesODTwithODAC122011.zip 411 MB (431,571,252 bytes) [Released August 6, 2018]

  • ODAC Installation Instructions

Important: If installing ODAC into an existing Oracle 12c home, review the "Common Install and Setup Issues" section of the ODAC installation instructions.


The .NET Framework Repair Tool provides an option to repair the versions of .NET Framework that are installed on the computer (step 3 of the process in the "Repair Tool options" section). The tool requires the redistributable files of those versions to be available at the time of repair. By default, the tool downloads these packages from the internet during the repair. If your computer has limited or no internet connectivity, you should use Offline mode for the repair. To do this, specify the /addsource option together with the path of the folder that contains the redistributable files, as in the following example:


NetfxRepairTool.exe /addsource \\SHARE_PC\SHARE_FOLDER If the Repair Tool does not find the required redistributable in the specified folder, it will try to download the file from the internet. The Repair Tool cannot do this if the required file cannot be downloaded. The following table lists the .NET Framework redistributable files.


Note: This is an archived page of older versions. For the latest Oracle .NET and Visual Studio (Code) downloads, please visit the .NET Download Page.Important: The 32-bit Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio download is required for EntityFramework design-time features. The downloads that support Entity Framework deployment below do not contain design-time tools, only run-time support.


The canonical System.Data.SQLite source code is maintained in a Fossil repository that is available for anonymous read-only access. Anyone can view the repository contents and download historical versions of individual files or ZIP archives of historical check-ins.


.NET Core has a number of different runtime downloads that you can grab to install the runtimes and the SDK. It's not immediately obvious what you need, so since I just went through this myself and had a discussion with a few folks at Microsoft (thanks @DamianEdwards and @RowanMiller). I thought I'd summarize if for nothing else than my own reference in the future since I seem to forget what I figured for the last release ?.


The SDK is meant for non-Visual Studio build and management tasks. That's for command line use or if you're not on Windows specifically. The SDK basically provides what you need for a development setup to build and run .NET Core and all dependencies. The SDK is the largest download and it contains everything you need for a given platform.


Effectively it installs the dotnet.exe build tools along with support components. The SDK also installs a fixed version of the .NET Runtime with it which is required to run the SDK tooling. In other words if you download the latest SDK you typically also get the latest runtimes and you don't have to install the matched runtimes separately.


Note it a runtime install does not include the ASP.NET Core meta package runtime dependencies, so if your application references Microsoft.AspNetCore.App or Microsoft.AspNetCore.All you have to seperately download the ASP.NET Core package. However, if you explicitly reference all ASP.NET Core Nuget packages rather than using the meta packages, those packages are deployed as part of your application and it can run with just the runtime.


As you can see so far the SDK and Runtimes by themselves are usually not the right tool for deployed applications because they don't include everything you need and for this reason - at least on Windows there's a special Hosting Pack download that contains everything you need to run an ASP.NET Core application on Windows.


The Windows Hosting pack is specific to Windows and there are no commensurate bundles for Linux or the Mac. On Linux/Mac you can use the SDK download for Dev machines, and .NET Core Runtime + ASP.NET Core Runtimes for typical installations.


Wow, finally!I have struggled to understand what the difference is between all the different download options for .Net Core and I find that the Microsoft docs are not very clear. After reading this article I now know that the hosting bundle is all I need for the server (since I am serving Web APIs). Thanks a bunch ?


If you followed appdb HOWTO and this problem still occurs you most likely have a corrupted "l_intl.nls" file in your winetricks cache. Update your winetricks script to newer version (contains checksum for detection of corrupted download) or remove "l_intl.nls" from "dotnet20" folder in "winetrickscache" and repeat the winetricks step.


Microsoft .NET Framework 2 download was released in 2007. The runtime is provided in English by default, but users can download language packs for French, Korean, Spanish, Italian, German, or Japanese (x86, x64, and IA64) if they prefer to get text notifications in a different language. Multiple language packs can also be downloaded and installed on the same machine, but not on the same workstation.


Developers interested in creating .NET Framework 2.0 applications can download and install the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 Software Development Kit (SDK). The kits include all of the samples, tools, and documentation, required to develop and distribute such programs.


The PortableApps.com Platform and App Store support apps that utilize the .Net Framework. Apps include details about which .Net version they require and the PortableApps.com Platform will automatically check for support before launching the app. It will even offer to assist the user with downloads, which link to this page. If you are unsure what version of Windows you are running and whether is 32-bit or 64-bit, you can select Help and then About in the PortableApps.com Platform and look in the lower left of the About window.


Q: If we install SAP Crystal for VS2010 what will need to be done to distribute the change? Can we just include DLL's or will a Crystal Runtime be required and if so which one, as the small amount I've been able to find out had a download titled "Crystal runtime for .NET 4.0" and our application is not .NET 4.0, its .NET 2.0.


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