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Installation Order - SQL Server, IIS, .Net, Visual Studio

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I'm about to do a fresh install and want to get the order right for these four elements:

SQL Server,
IIS,
.Net Framework,
Visual Studio


Which order should I follow?

Thanks,
David Slack
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mmarinov earned 200 total points
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Hi,

actually the sql server is independent of the othere 3 application but i always installed it before install the .net framework and VS
first you must have installed IIS on your windows  os
then you have to install the .NET Framework and finally VS.NET
Regards,
B..M
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Thanks very much
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