I tried to install .NET Framework 4.7 in my test environment but some of my applications were not working properly anymore. The first step I did was to look in Programs and Features, but the "Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7" was not there. Then I searched on the Internet on how to remove it, but I … Continue reading How to remove/uninstall .NET Framework 4.7 from Windows Server 2012 R2
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When you try to install Visual Studio 2012 after October 7, 2013, you receive the following error messages:
Microsoft Web Deploy 3.0
A required certificate is not within its validity period when verifying against the current system clock or the timestamp in the signed file.
These errors occur because of a failed timestamp comparison in the installer that is caused by an improperly signed Web Deploy Package.
If you receive a warning after you successfully complete the installation of Visual Studio 2012, you can fix the problem by installing Web Deploy 3.0.
Password expiry can be prevented; however, since this is a server, it is expected to be secured always since it is also expected to contain sensitive information. Check out this link to change the password expiration settings.Please take note that if you are using an image backup, you cannot change these settings.
If you are still working on a project using Visual Studio 6.0 (and I don't know why because it's already 2014), you will definitely need to research on the steps on how to install it on a Vista/Windows 7 environment properly. This blog helped me a lot. Just sharin'.