Re: .NET 3.51 breaks IE8
Your presumption "...if installing 351 breaks IE8, and removing 351
enables it to work..." is not necessarily correct. I believe you're
better off posting in one of the .Net newsgroups.
Errare humanum est
> If you girls are done fighting, I want to thank you both for your wonderful
> Leonard, if installing 351 breaks IE8, and removing 351 enables it to work
> again then it is breaking IE. If you read my entire post you would have seen
> this was happening on a few machines only. What I was hoping to achieve in
> posting to this forum were some helpful responses by other IT professionals,
> not replies telling me it 'works for them' or bitchy schoolgirl rants. I can
> get that from dozens of other misc 3rd party forums. That is neither
> insightful, useful, or professional.
> I've spent 2 hours on the phone with MS this morning resolving the problem.
> In our specific situation, 351 was causing the problem.
> Use your head before you post again.
> "Leonard Grey" wrote:
>> It lets the OP know that .Net 3.51 does not break IE 8, so something
>> else is causing the problem.
>> And this is the last of your sardonic comments to which I'll reply, so
>> go bother somebody who cares what you think.
>> Leonard Grey
>> Errare humanum est
>> Tom Willett wrote:
>>> How does that help the OP?
>>> "Leonard Grey" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> : No problem here (on Win XP.)
>>> : ---
>>> : Leonard Grey
>>> : Errare humanum est
>>> : jjstok wrote:
>>> : > Internet access is broken. Intranet still works. If I remove .NET 3.51
>>> : > fixes it right away. If I leave .NET 3.51 and downgrade to IE7, internet
>>> : > browsing works again as well. Any suggestions? I've had this happen on
>>> : > two machines so far. The rest have been fine.