The latest updates included .NET 1.1 fixes. How about .NET 1.1 sp1?


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Mark K Vallevand

I downloaded and installed the latest set of XPe SP2 security fixes. There
were changes to .NET 1.1. Are there equivalent changes to .NET 1.1 sp1?

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Mark K Vallevand

I must have .NET 1.1 sp1. When is installed the latest security fixes, did
I screw up my repository? I did not upgrade my existing slx to the new .NET
1.1 which it says is available. But, new slx will only have the new .NET
1.1 which may or may not be sp1. It looks like .NET 1.1 and .NET 1.1 SP1
have the same guid in the repository.

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Mark K Vallevand (e-mail address removed)

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KM

Mark,

You can easy find out the version of the component you have by exploring the binary version of its Dlls.
For instance,
.Net 1.1: mscoree.dll - 1.1.4322.573
.Net 1.1 SP1: mscoree.dll - 1.1.4322.2032

Btw, the .Net 1.1 SP1 was not in SP2 database upgrade. But it is there in the installation package under VALUEADD folder.

I didn't see any .Net (directly) related QFEs for SP2 but it doesn't mean it is not out there.

Regards,
KM
 
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Mark K Vallevand

It looks OK.

I need the .NET 1.1 sp1, so it was installed from the valueadd directory
some time ago.

I installed the latest set of security updates.

Existing slx files flag the .NET 1.1 sp1 and ASP.NET sp1 as having upgrades
available. Upgrading them leaves them in an odd state, so I didn't save the
changes. I upgraded everything except .NET 1.1 sp1 and ASP.NET sp1.
Everything looks OK for existing slx files.

For new slx files, you can add .NET 1.1 sp1 and ASP.NET sp1, and it seems to
get the correct versions, but they are marked as having an upgrade
available. It seems like the correct versions are built.

It still worries me that the database is mixing up .NET 1.1 and .NET 1.1
sp1. Are these supposed to be distinct components or different version of
the save component? It seems like both. They are mutually exclusive; that
makes sense.

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Mark K Vallevand (e-mail address removed)

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Lynda Allen \(MS\)

Mark,

You are getting an upgrade prompt because .NET 1.1 SP1 has a revision of
2900, the same as the security update for .NET 1.1.

If you want to continue to use the unsupported SP1 version of .NET Framework
1.1 & ASP.NET 1.1 SP1 you can uninstall these components from your database
through the Component tab of Database Manager. Then navigate to the ValueAdd
folder on your CD, copy the NETFXV1.1.sld locally. Right-click, go to
properties clear the read-only check box and click OK. Open the sld in
Target Designer. Right-click on each component in the sld and select "Update
Component", then save the changes- you will notice that the rev will have
been changed to 2092. You can now re-import this sld into your db and there
will be no conflict. Note- you may have to up the rev on the SP1 components
every time there is another security update to .NET 1.1 or ASP.NET 1.1 if
you still want to use the .NET 1.1 SP1 versions.

FYI- to help you more easily identify which binaries are in your image the
version numbers of the binaries for .NET 1.1 security update 887998 are
"1.1.4322.1085" and for .NET 1.1 SP1 are "1.1.4322.2032". Not all the
binaries were updated as part of the security update, so check
"System.Messaging.dll" as a reference- that one was definitely updated.
 
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Mark K Vallevand

Thanks.
It looks like I have the correct ones.
I would be nice if .NET 1.1 SP1 were officially supported. Our application
requires it. The application runs on Service 2003, XP Pro and XP embedded.

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Mark K Vallevand (e-mail address removed)

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Guest

I tried installing NETFXV1.1.sld as per your directions but got 3 errors when
I tried to build my image.

File not found: "installsqlstatetemplate.sql"
File not found: "uninstallsqlstatetemplate.sql"
File not found: "togac.exe"

Did I do something wrong

Thanks

Mike D-B
 

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