Last post Oct 06, 2010 12:26 PM by SusanB
Oct 04, 2010 12:16 PM|Tony_greek|LINK
I Installed the patch for Net Framework 4.0 and I see it in the list of installed updates, the installation is succesfull but every time I,m looking for new update this patch is always here...I installed many times but always is here in mocrosoft update...why
Oct 04, 2010 11:24 PM|SusanB|LINK
Reboot the server. If there is a pending update the update won't 'take'.
Oct 05, 2010 02:14 AM|Tony_greek|LINK
How can I reboot the server? where can I see if there is pending update? I sew this update at the " Add-Remove programs programs list" . Why microsoft update listing it for installing it again?
Oct 05, 2010 04:01 PM|SusanB|LINK
Just reboot the server. Start, shutdown button, then select restart.
There's a KB on this point, that if there's a pending reboot flag, .net 4 update won't install and you'll get it offered up again.
Oct 05, 2010 04:23 PM|Tony_greek|LINK
The patch is installed for Net Framework 4 extended , I see it installed when I open Add-remove programs. Also after I reboot is installed. But when I,m looking for new updates again at microsoft update, I find it again to be offered for update....I install
it again , the installation is succesful and after I reboot I find it again at microsoft updates.. I,m thinking if this happen because there is also Net Framework 4 client that is installed at my computer.......
Oct 05, 2010 08:44 PM|SusanB|LINK
An update for the Microsoft .NET Framework may fail to install when the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 is installed and a restart is pending:
This issue occurs because, when the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 is installed, certain components are locked or are being used until the system is restarted. These components cannot be updated until the system is restarted. Because of this, in the scenario described
in the Symptoms section, the version of the shim (mscoree.dll) is the Microsoft .NET Framework version 3.5 SP1 or earlier. The installation of the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 deploys certain settings which prevent the older shim from working correctly until
the shim is updated after the system is restarted. In this scenario, if you try to install another update for the Microsoft .NET Framework while the restart is pending, the update will try to use a Global Assembly Cache (GAC) deployment for the files in the
update. This GAC operation requires the shim. However, because the shim is in an inconsistent state pending a restart, the GAC operation will fail. This causes the update to fail.
To avoid this issue, restart the system before you install the new Microsoft .NET Framework updates. If you have already experienced the condition, and an update did not install because of this issue, restart the computer and then reinstall the new updates.
Try rebooting before installing it the next time and see if that does the trick.
Oct 06, 2010 08:04 AM|Tony_greek|LINK
How could I completely uninstall Microsoft Net framework 4 ..... only from Add-Remove programs or it is necessary to do something else. I want to have a clean uninstall please...Thank u.....
Oct 06, 2010 12:26 PM|SusanB|LINK
Just in add/remove programs