Exchange net 4 6 1
Unfortunately (again finnland prostitution this word ) this is not visible in Control Panel and you have to check the registry for this.
Here are the steps: If the server has already automatically updated.6.1 and has not rebooted yet, do so now to allow the installation to complete.
Go to add/remove programs, select view installed updates, and find the entry for KB3102467. .It is also possible to retrieve this information using PowerShell: Get-ChildItem "hklm:softwaremicrosoftNET Framework SetupNDPv4Full" Get-ItemProperty, so, which version.NET Framework are supported with which version of Exchange server.If it shows a version prior.5.2 go to windows update, check for updates, and install.NET.5.2 via the KB2934520 update. .KB SharePoint 2013 Setup error if the.NET Framework.6 is installed.Run the Pre-restart script.When upgrading from CU12 (or older) the following steps are required: Upgrade from Exchange 2013 CU12 to CU15.Update (October 2016 The information in this blog post is now outdated.Blocking.NET.6.1 is not needed anymore, as long as relevant updates are installed.Do NOT install KB3102467, unselect.
The following is a list of dword values for the various.NET Framework versions: 378389.NET Framework.NET Framework.5.1 on Windows 2012.NET Framework.5.NET Framework.NET Framework.6.NET Framework.6.NET Framework.NET Framework.7.1, note.If it is installed, then you have to uninstall.Locate and click the following subkey: Framework SetupNDP, after you select this subkey, point to New on the Edit menu, and then click Key.In the Value data box, type 1, and then click.If the Full subkey is not available the.NET Framework.5 or above is not installed on your server.Windows Server 2008/2008R2 KB3146716 Windows Server 2012 KB3146714 Windows Server 2012R2 KB3146715 -Restart the server -Run the Post-restart to bring back all exchange roles and cluster group Microsoft Exchange Team has also shared the update here: We can also check the exchange supportability matrix here.Install the.NET Framework.6.2 on the CU15 servers.Install the.NET Framework.6.2 on Exchange 2013 CU15.So they start testing the compatibility after the beta release.Not required if you have already run it while completing the deployment.net.6.1 -Restart the server -Let us block.net framework.6.1 by adding the following regkey as mentioned here m/en-us/kb/3133990.When it becomes available I will update this blog post.
Thanks to Marc, Nasir and Brett for testing the above to make sure it all works as expected!
Everybody happen (except Exchange admins currently (December 2017) the.NET Framework.7.1 is also available, but this isnt supported by any version of Exchange server.
This computer requires.NET Framework.6.2 ( m/kb/3151802 ).