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Hi,

I currently have a application and a installer designed and is running and installing great.

Question: How can i include the DotNet framework into the installer?
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by:Dishan Fernando
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You could check out the following kb article on Install .Net Framework in a
wrapper setup.exe:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q320/4/26.asp

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by:TheAvenger
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The bootstapper sample from the second link of dishanf is your only way using pure visual studio tools. If you want to make it more professional, you need another installation tool, like InstallShield or Wise Installer (cost money :-((
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