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Does the .NET 3.5 framework need to be installed on the server that will host the application? I have installed .NET 3.5 locally to do development and want to import application to server which the 3.5 isn't installed is this possible? Or will 3.5 have to be installed on the server side as well as the client?
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Yes, 3.5 must be installed on the server. Its not really a big deal, unless you have a IT department that manages your server, then it may become a big deal persuading them. :)
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