Systems Engineering and RDBMS

Checking the .Net Framework Version on a Machine

Posted by decipherinfosys on July 30, 2008

This came up in a discussion at a client site while working with them on integrating their application with their client’s application.  How would you determine what version of the .Net Framework is on your machine or the server?

There are a couple of ways to do that.  Registry is one of them.  Do a start/run/regedit and enter.  Then navigate to:

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Net Framework\NDP

and you will see a child key that will show the .Net framework version that is installed on that machine.  If you have more than one like I do on my machine, then you will see multiple key enteries like this:

And there you can see the other details like the Install Path and the exact version.

One Response to “Checking the .Net Framework Version on a Machine”

  1. archana said

    yes this information is useful for me ,but i need to know some more how to set the Asp.net configuration settings on the server machine ?

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