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Deactivate.exe needs .Net Framework 2.0 and above?

jerryhungjerryhung Posts: 138
edited February 22, 2010 2:22PM in SQL Backup Previous Versions
I am trying to deactivate SQL Backup 6.3 on inactivated SQL servers (Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition, not R2)

and I get the error
To run this application, you first must install .Net Framework
Contact your application publisher.....

Is there another way to deactivate? I'm afraid .Net framework will require restart

I would like to avoid to start SQL Server service, only to deactivate them in SQL Backup GUI, as they were once production SQL servers


I was too eager to post
So I downloaded .Net 2.0 framework installer, installed, and it didn't a restart!!!!
I have no deactivated my SQL Backup registration successfully
Jerry Hung
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