SharePoint 2010 Uses Version 3.5 SP1 of the .NET Framework

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SharePoint 2010 Uses Version 3.5 SP1 of the .NET Framework

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Added by March 25, 2011

Students often ask me which version of the .NET Framework needs to be installed on the server for SharePoint 2010 and I let them know that it's the 3.5 SP1 version.   There are many new and exciting features in the 4.0 version of the framework but they had to obviously ship what they could include and test so 3.5 SP1 is currently the version used with SharePoint 2010.

The good news is that when you are installing SharePoint 2010, you use the SharePoint Products Preparation Tool will install it automatically if you don't have it installed and the machine you are installing SharePoint on is connected to the internet.

If your machine is not connected to the internet you will have to download and make available any of the pre requisites which are not currently on your system and point to that location because SharePoint needs what it needs to run correctly.

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