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Check which .NET Framework version is installed from command line

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Check which .NET Framework version is installed from command line

Introduction 

This article will help you to know which .NET Framework version is installed from command line.

Check which .NET Framework version is installed from command line

dir %WINDIR%\Microsoft.Net\Framework\v*
dir %WINDIR%\Microsoft.Net\Framework\v* /O:-N /B

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Questionnice PinmemberAnkita M7-Mar-14 2:43 
GeneralCongratulations Pinmemberpacogarciafer10-Dec-13 22:05 
QuestionMessage Automatically Removed PingroupWisen Technologies17-Aug-13 3:46 
GeneralMy vote of 5 Pinmemberhims0562-Nov-12 1:47 
Questionhow about 4.5? PinmemberMember 40506751-Nov-12 23:47 
not sure if this helps with 4.5 since it lives in 4.0 subdir. or am I wrong?
 
this is what I have in W8 with VS2012 installed :
 
v4.0.30319
v3.5
v3.0
v2.0.50727
v1.1.4322
v1.0.3705
AnswerRe: how about 4.5? PinmemberMember 16782-Nov-12 0:44 

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