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Part 2: Windows Server 2012, SQL Server 2012, and .NET Framework – PowerShell

By on Jun 1, 2012 in .NET Framework 3.51, .NET Framework 4.0, SQL Server 2012, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 8 | 0 comments

I’ve written about this topic in the past (Post 1 and Post 2).To quickly recap, .NET Framework 3.51 is not enabled by default in Windows Server 2012. In Post 1, I showed how to enable the payload using DISM. This time around, I’m going to show you how to enable .NET 3.51 using PowerShell. Now that Windows Server 2012’s Release Candidate is out (You...

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An Update: Windows Server 2012, .NET Framework 3.51, and SQL Server

By on May 14, 2012 in .NET Framework 3.51, .NET Framework 4.0, SQL Server 2012, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 8 | 0 comments

Back in March, I wrote a blog post entitled “Windows Server 8, SQL Server 2012, and .NET Framework” where I talked about the various versions of .NET Framework as they relate to SQL Server 2012, and how I encounteded that .NET 3.51 was not available by default in WIndows Server 2012 (then known as Windows Server 8). I filed a bug against this and the...

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Windows Server 8, SQL Server 2012, and .NET Framework

By on Mar 1, 2012 in .NET Framework 3.51, .NET Framework 4.0, SQL Server 2012, Windows Server 8 | 23 comments

Hello everyone. If you haven’t heard, the Windows Server 8 Beta dropped today and boy, am I excited! It’s like a kid in a candy store. I’ll be doing a few blog posts on some of the changes as well as their impact on SQL Server. The first one I’m going to look at is .NET Framework which we all know is required for SQL Server deployments. .NET...

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