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Programatically install 4 from 3.5

Posted on 2011-09-15
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Is is possible to create a .Net Framework 3.5 Application that programatically installs .Net Framework 4 on the same server? Obviously the installation should not interfere with the running 3.5 app.

Examples would bring confidence.

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Matthew
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These examples involve programatically starting the installation process, but not completing the installation through the program. (User driven process). Will keep this open a bit longer to see if solution for that comes through.
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The steps provided do allow for programatic installation but not entirely but not entirerly from code. Close.
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