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Default Running ASP.Net Application without .Net Framework

Hi All,


I have made a Windows Application in ASP.Net. Now I want to install it in a remote machine which does not have .Net Framework loaded in it. Can my application still work as an exe ???

Is there a way to achieve this ??

Kindly help !!
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No.

Not unless you created an installer that would also install the necessary DLLs.

Unless this is a commercial application that you hope to sell hundreds or more of, it's not worth the effort. Just tell the user to install the .Net framework, first. And be sure to give them a download link to the correct version thereof.
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Default Running ASP.Net Application without .Net Framework

Hi,

I would like to know more on this. Is there a way I can an installer for my application for the necessary DLLs ?? Can you help me on this ???


Thanks in Advance .
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I only did this twice, way back with ASP.NET version 1.1. I've really forgotten too much to be helpful. And in any case I think MS has improved the "packager" since then.

You should be able to search MSDN for help doing this.
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