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Forum Thread: class 4 threats in scans of NET Framework 2.x and 3.x

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ERV class 4 threats in scans of NET Framework 2.x and 3.x
Member 12th Dec, 2010 03:30
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I'm new at this trouble shooting.
I can't download, and I can't delete.
What now????

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mogs RE: class 4 threats in scans of NET Framework 2.x and 3.x
Expert Contributor 12th Dec, 2010 08:32
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Hello.
What version of psi are you using...what Operating System are you running...XP, Vista, Windows 7 ?
What are you trying to install or remove ? Give as much specific information as you can, please.
Going by the title to your post/thread; the following info might be of use : versions of .NET required for OS :-

WINDOWS 7
2.0.50727.4955
3.0.4506.4926
4.0.30319.1

VISTA SP2

2.0.50727.4209
3.0.4506.4037
4.0.30319.1

XP SP3

2.0.50727.3618
3.0.4506.2152
4.0.30319.1

There is some background to .Net problems here :-
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/424...

When updating Microsoft Applications, it is a good idea to keep in mind that some Microsoft Updates do not "kick in" until after a reboot. Therefore, it is recommended to try following this procedure when installing Microsoft Updates:

1) Check Microsoft Update: install all security-related patches
2) Reboot
3) Repeat step 1: repeat step 2 if anything was installed at this step
4) Run a full rescan with the PSI

Hope the foregoing is of some help....regards,

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