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dpHick





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 14:27:04 CST 2005 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> .net framework

In the deployment tool for e2k3, it states to make sure ASP.Net and .Net
Framework have to be installed and enabled. I was able to I installed the
ASP.NET and made sure it enabled. I downloaded MS .Net Framework 1.1 Service
Pack 1 for W2K3 and installed it. How do I ensure that the services is
enabled because I do not see this as an option in the Services Tool. After I
installed this I have two options under the Adminstrative Tools, .Net
Framework 1.1 Configuration and .Net Framework 1.1 Wizards.

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Mark





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 14:27:04 CST 2005 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> .net framework On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 10:43:03 -0800, "manoa"


>In the deployment tool for e2k3, it states to make sure ASP.Net and .Net
>Framework have to be installed and enabled. I was able to I installed the
>ASP.NET and made sure it enabled. I downloaded MS .Net Framework 1.1 Service
>Pack 1 for W2K3 and installed it. How do I ensure that the services is
>enabled because I do not see this as an option in the Services Tool. After I
>installed this I have two options under the Adminstrative Tools, .Net
>Framework 1.1 Configuration and .Net Framework 1.1 Wizards.

Do some reading on Windows 2003. This has the DNF installed and active
out of the box.
Either way it's nothing to do with Exchange and you can simply fully
service pack the box up and install the required pre-reqs before
getting on with the Exchange install.
 
 
manoa





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 14:39:05 CST 2005 Top

Exchange Servers Setup >> .net framework Thank you for your response. But why does the Exchange 2003 Deployment Tool
have the .Net Framework as a component that needs to be installed and enbaled
on its checklist in steps 2.



> On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 10:43:03 -0800, "manoa"

>
> >In the deployment tool for e2k3, it states to make sure ASP.Net and .Net
> >Framework have to be installed and enabled. I was able to I installed the
> >ASP.NET and made sure it enabled. I downloaded MS .Net Framework 1.1 Service
> >Pack 1 for W2K3 and installed it. How do I ensure that the services is
> >enabled because I do not see this as an option in the Services Tool. After I
> >installed this I have two options under the Adminstrative Tools, .Net
> >Framework 1.1 Configuration and .Net Framework 1.1 Wizards.
>
> Do some reading on Windows 2003. This has the DNF installed and active
> out of the box.
> Either way it's nothing to do with Exchange and you can simply fully
> service pack the box up and install the required pre-reqs before
> getting on with the Exchange install.
>