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bogusman
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PRQ for .Net 4.7.1 on different versions of Win 10

MS describes two different values for the Release key of .Net 4.7.1 depending on the OS versions on which it is being installed, 461308 for .NET Framework 4.7.1 installed on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and 461310 for other OS versions. They say that:

You should check for a value greater than or equal to the release keyword value when attempting to detect whether a specific version is present.

I do not find the capability to specify >= in the PRQ editor. Can someone please provide guidance?

Thanks!

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FWedel
Pilgrim

Same issue here

I am facing the same issue. Is there a PRQ file available for .NET 4.7.1?

Thank you!
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Flexera Jenifer
Flexera

PRQ for .Net 4.7.1 on different versions

Hi bogusman,

You can make InstallShield's pre-requisite editor detect existence of .Net 4.7.1 by adding registry-key-value condition as attached in snapshot.
As per Microsoft's deployment guide:https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/deployment/deployment-guide-for-developers ,
"You can test whether the .NET Framework 4.5 or later is installed by checking the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full folder in the registry for a DWORD value named Release".Based on your windows 10 build,you can select release value as,
.NET Framework 4.7.1 installed on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 461308
.NET Framework 4.7.1 installed on all OS versions other than Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 461310


Hi PMFWedel,

If you have InstallShield 2018 installed,you would be able to see update message saying "New pre-requisites available which includes .Net 4.7.1 prq too".Try downloading it ,you'll get that.

Hope it helps
Thanks,
Jenifer

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Spartacus612
Pilgrim

Re: PRQ for .Net 4.7.1 on different versions of Win 10

Jenifer wrote:
Hi bogusman,

You can make InstallShield's pre-requisite editor detect existence of .Net 4.7.1 by adding registry-key-value condition as attached in snapshot.
As per Microsoft's deployment guide:https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/deployment/deployment-guide-for-developers ,
"You can test whether the .NET Framework 4.5 or later is installed by checking the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full folder in the registry for a DWORD value named Release".Based on your windows 10 build,you can select release value as,
.NET Framework 4.7.1 installed on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 461308
.NET Framework 4.7.1 installed on all OS versions other than Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 461310
mcdvoice survey

Hi PMFWedel,

If you have InstallShield 2018 installed,you would be able to see update message saying "New pre-requisites available which includes .Net 4.7.1 prq too".Try downloading it ,you'll get that.

Hope it helps
Thanks,
Jenifer


I have the exact same problem. Anyone got a suggestion?
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Lubomir753
Pilgrim

Re: PRQ for .Net 4.7.1 on different versions of Win 10

McDVOICE
Spartacus612 wrote:
I have the exact same problem. Anyone got a suggestion?


Did you get any Update?
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Flexera Jenifer
Flexera

Re: PRQ for .Net 4.7.1 on different versions of Win 10

Lubomir753 wrote:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/deployment/deployment-guide-for-developers
which in turn tells that we can mention lower release value -461308 for registry key value.I am attaching working prq file which i could see working with both the updates.

Hope it helps,
Thanks,
Jenifer
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hi5blast1
Pilgrim

PRQ for .Net 4.7.1 on different versions

Jenifer wrote:
Hi,

I could see "You should check for a value greater than or equal to the release keyword value when attempting to detect whether a specific version is present." from microsoft link:https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/deployment/deployment-guide-for-developers
which in turn tells that we can mention lower release value -461308 for registry key value.I am attaching working prq file which i could see working with both the updates.

Hope it helps,
Thanks,
Jenifer

AT&T
I am facing the same issue. Is there a PRQ file available for .NET 4.7.1?

Thank you!
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