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.NET Version Detector 15 R3

December 14, 2015

ASoft .NET Version Detector now supports .NET 4.6.1 RTM!

A new feature has been added; that the download links are now specific to the language of the system you are on; based on your regional settings.
This way; if you are running on a Dutch version of windows; the link will point to the Dutch page of the download.

Get the latest version at asoft.be/prod_netver.ht

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.NET Version Detector 15 released!

March 26, 2015

ASoft .NET Version detector now shows the installed .NET languages for each version and also shows all the installed Windows updates for all .NET frameworks.

All this new data can also be exported to the report/xml by using a new commandline-switch: /extended
<languages>
<NET3>
<language>”English – United States”</language>
</NET3>
<NET35>
<language>”English – United States”</language>
</NET35>
<NET40>
<language>”English – United States”</language>
</NET40>
</languages>
<updates>
<framework name=”Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile “>
<update name=”KB2468871″/>
<update name=”KB2468871v2″/>
<update name=”KB2478063″/>
<update name=”KB2533523″/>
<update name=”KB2544514″/>
<update name=”KB2600211″/>
<update name=”KB2600217″/>
</framework>
<framework name=”Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Extended “>
<update name=”KB2468871″/>
<update name=”KB2468871v2″/>
<update name=”KB2478063″/>
<update name=”KB2533523″/>
<update name=”KB2544514″/>
<update name=”KB2600211″/>
<update name=”KB2600217″/>
<update name=”KB2468871″/>
<update name=”KB2468871v2″/>
<update name=”KB2478063″/>
<update name=”KB2533523″/>
<update name=”KB2544514″/>
<update name=”KB2600211″/>
<update name=”KB2600217″/>
</framework>
</updates>

Get the latest version at asoft.be/prod_netver.ht

ASoft .NET Version Detector 15

ASoft .NET Version Detector 15

.NET Version Detector 14.4 Update 1 now detects .NET 4.6 Release Candidate

February 11, 2015

Get the latest version at asoft.be/prod_netver.ht

.NET Version Detector 14.2 released!

May 8, 2014

.NET Version Detector has been updated.

Version 14.2 can now also detect .NET 4.5.2.
The UI has been minimized by moving the .NET release history to a separate dialog in the menu.
A fix was made for the XML output file.

Go get it here: http://www.asoft.be/prod_netver.html

ASoft .NET Version Detector 14.2

New website online: www.asoft.be

February 21, 2013

The website has been redesigned and is online since today!
The goal was to make it cleaner, more modern and easier to use.

Go check it out: http://www.asoft.be

Happy New Year

January 1, 2013

I wish all of you a happy New Year! Enjoy! 🙂

Best Regards,
Nick

Windows Server 2012 Essentials – Health Report addin RTM

November 22, 2012

The Health Report add-in is designed to monitor the overall status of the server; it can create reports automatically.
A tab ‘Reports’ is added to the dashboard; where you can view the reports and create one manually.

There are different options to set the content of the report:

  • Critical alerts and warnings
  • Critical errors in the event logs
  • Server Backup
  • Auto-start services not running
  • Updates
  • Storage

You can set an email-address and a schedule for the report so that administrators can monitor the actual status of the server and react fast when an error occurs.

You can download the add-in here

Windows Server 2012 released!

September 5, 2012

Microsoft has release Windows Server 2012; it’s the start of something big with everything going to the Cloud and being a Cloud OS.

You can find the official blog post here.
Information on the different editions and pricing can be found here.

Together with this release, Microsoft has created a website where you can find all information; check it out here.

A trial version can be found here, check it out!

Windows Server Essentials 2012 isn’t part of this release; it’s still a Release Candidate.

Windows Server 2012 Essentials Release Candidate released…

August 23, 2012

Microsoft has released a new version of Windows Server Essentials; this is the release candidate which should be the last version before the final version.

You can download it here.

Major changes in the Release Candidate (from the SE Blog):

  • Increased support for importing your own SSL certificates. Previously, customers had to do a lot of work to configure domains obtained in our domain wizard by using SSL certificates that were acquired outside of our domain wizard. We have now updated our wizard, which should make this process much simpler.
  • Installation of only critical setup updates during setup. One of the things that all Microsoft teams care about is getting customers up and running as quickly as possible. With the RC release we have changed our logic to only install critical setup-related updates during setup time. This might not seem to be a big issue if you only occasionally install Windows Server 2012 Essentials, but to partners that install Windows Server 2012 Essentials often, this change will make setup faster and more predictable. Note that customers will continue to select the update strategy that they want to use after the server has been set up.
  • Windows SBS Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) changes. We have updated the BPA rules to include the latest set of rules and have also made it possible to ignore specific BPA rules by using our UI.
  • Office 365 changes. We have now made it easier to import existing Office 365 users into Windows Server 2012 Essentials.
  • Verified DHCP supported. Windows Server 2012 Essentials supports turning on the DHCP role and setting a static IP address for the server.

If you want more information you can find it on the Server Essentials Blog.

Windows 8 has been released to manufacturing

August 2, 2012

Windows 8 has RTM’d and is now sent to OEM’s, it will be available on 15/08 for MSDN/Technet subscribers.
Now we’ll have to wait and see how home users/businesses will react to it, with its massive UI changes… will they love it or hate it…?

You can find details here.
And a post from Steven Sinofsky here.