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Two versions of CR runtime on Terminal Server


I'm in the process of upgrading several network .net 3.5 apps (created using VS 2008) to .net 4.0 apps using VS 2010. I've read documentation and all is going well, so far, on client desktops. I now need to deploy these same upgraded apps to the Terminal Server. An IT administrator expressed reservations about installing both the CRRuntimeForVS2008 and CRRuntimeForVS2010 on the terminal Server. Here is the question:Should this really be a concern? I currently have both versions installed on network client desktops without any problems. I have several apps and it would be difficult to upgrade and switch out all apps at once, especially if a problem arises. Thanks,

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2012 at 02:08 PM

    I only know of this being an issue on a development computer where CR 10.5 and CRVS2010 would try to integrate into the .NET IDE. As a runtime / client install, I have never seen a side by side issue. Don't ever remember talking to anyone that has done this on a Terminal Server, but it should be fine.

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