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Hello, I'd like to know, is it possible to use the framework 2.0 on MSVS 2003. For avarious reason I can't use 2005 (The express version) but there is stuff i need from the framework 2.0. Thank

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Thank Guy. I'll take a look into it Rob, what's bugging me off is, I can't install C# Express at cegep. We always use different computer, so I'm afraid to break any laws with C# express by installing it on more than one computer. :(

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Keep in mind, the C# compiler and .net runtimes are installed automatically by Windows update. If you willing to go without an IDE, you can compile from the commandline. Check your computers folder: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.XXXX

If that folder exists, .NET 2.0 is installed. The commandline compiler is in that folder, called csc.exe.

In the old days, we all had to work that way! ;)

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Thank Guy. I'll take a look into it Rob, what's bugging me off is, I can't install C# Express at cegep. We always use different computer, so I'm afraid to break any laws with C# express by installing it on more than one computer. :(


By the way, C# express is free. Install it how every many places you want.

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Thank Guy. I'll take a look into it Rob, what's bugging me off is, I can't install C# Express at cegep. We always use different computer, so I'm afraid to break any laws with C# express by installing it on more than one computer. :(


By the way, C# express is free. Install it how every many places you want.



If you say that I can install it on many PC with the same CD-Key, the problem is solved then :)

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There are no CDKeys for express editions, because there are no CDs for it (unless MS has some kind of program for that).

The Express-Editions are entirely free.

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There are no CDKeys for express editions, because there are no CDs for it (unless MS has some kind of program for that).

The Express-Editions are entirely free.


Thats not entirely true. Its not a CD key per say, but when I installed C# Express, I had to activate it and enter an activation code.

By the way, it still pisses me off I have to install the Express version to work with XNA! It feels so gimped compared to the pro releases.

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