Possible to install .NET Framework via ActiveX? - 04-13-2006 , 09:29 PM
Forgive me if this is naive, but can I install the .NET Framework 2.0
via an ActiveX which is embedded in an HTML page? In addition, I want
to register some 3rd-party COM/ActiveX components and then install a
few assemblies in the GAC.
The scenario I'm trying to satisfy is an intranet/internet user logs
into our webapp (via IE), an embedded ActiveX detects .NET is not
installed, installs it, registers other COM/ActiveX stuff, installs
some assemblies, and then moves forward in the webapp (or asked to
logout/login or reboot).
I've search hi and lo to find others who have done this or if it is or
isn't supported and I can't find anything.
Re: Possible to install .NET Framework via ActiveX? - 04-14-2006 , 06:13 PM
Just in case you are interested, we offer another option to do this.
Namely you can use our linker/Native compiler tool to generate a
package that contains everything to run off your .NET applications
without further .NET installation.
To protect against reverse engineering and to inprove performance, the
tool offers an option to perform native compilation as well.
Gary F. wrote:
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