Configuring and deploying applications

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Questions derived from the 70-526CSHP – TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 – Windows-Based Client Development (C# .NET) Microsoft Self-Test Software Practice Test.

 

Objective: Configuring and deploying applications
SubObjective: Create a Windows Forms setup application

 

Item Number: 70-526CSHP.7.2.10
Single Answer, Multiple Choice

 

You are an application developer for a company. You are creating a deployment project for a Windows application created for a banking firm. You want to ensure the .NET Framework 2.0 is installed on computers on which users will deploy the Windows application. Which deployment editor should you use?

 

 

  1. Launch Conditions Editor
  2. File System Editor
  3. File Type Editor
  4. Registry Editor

 

Answer:
A. Launch Conditions Editor

 

Tutorial:
You should use the Launch Conditions Editor to ensure that the .NET Framework 2.0 is installed on a computer on which users will deploy the Windows application. When creating a deployment project, Visual Studio IDE provides editors, such as File System Editor, User Interface Editor, File Type Editor, Registry Editor, CustomActions Editor and Launch Conditions Editor.

 

You should not use the File System Editor. The File System Editor is used to specify files and folders to be created on the user computer.

 

You should not use the File Type Editor. The File Type Editor is used to specify associations of files installed during deployment on the user computer.

 

You should not use the Registry Editor. The RegistryEditor is used to specify any registry keys to be added to user computer’s registry.

 

The CustomActions Editor is used to specify any user-defined actions to be taken during the deployment process. The Launch Conditions Editor is used to specify conditions that should be met to successfully deploy the application. The User Interface Editor is used to specify properties for dialog boxes that appear during the deployment process.

 

Reference:
MSDN Library > Development Tools and Languages > Visual Studio > .NET Framework Programming in Visual Studio > .NET Framework Core Development > Deploying Applications > Redistributing the .NET Framework > Dotnetfx.exe Deployment Scenarios > Creating a Single Setup Project to Install a .NET Framework Application and Dotnetfx.exe

 

MSDN Library > Development Tools and Languages > Visual Studio > .NET Framework Programming in Visual Studio > .NET Framework Core Development > Deploying Applications > Redistributing the .NET Framework > Dotnetfx.exe Deployment Scenarios > Creating a Single Setup Project to Install a .NET Framework Application and Dotnetfx.exe > Using the Setup.exe Bootstrapper Sample with an Application

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