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Service Pack Information on VS2008

Posted on 2009-05-18
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Hi,
Can any one tell me how do i get the information as to what Service Pack is installed on my VS2008 and .net 3.5.
I think for vs2008 Should the Help > About Microsoft Visual Studio give me this information?yes or no
How about .net 3.5 service pack info?Please let me know
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in the about dialog, you should see 2 sections at the top.

the one on the left is for Visual Studio itself. if you have installed SP1, you should see Version 9.0.30729.1 SP

the one on the right is for the .Net framework. If SP1 is installed, you should see Version 3.5 SP1
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