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- To fix the this issue, please try the following steps:
1. Download the .NET Framework cleanup tool and choose to clean up the version of the .NET Framework that is causing problems on your system
3. (optional) Download and run the .NET Framework verification tool to double-check that all .NET Framework files are correctly installed
4. Download and install the desired .NET Framework service pack (such as .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 or .NET Framework 1.1 SP1) by running the setup package directly instead of using Windows Update. Running it directly will allow the service pack setup to display error dialogs instead of having Windows Update suppress them.
For more details, please visit What to do if other .NET Framework setup troubleshooting steps do not help.
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The License Mode can be set using the Group Policy Editor (GPEDIT)
Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Remote Desktop Services -> Remote Desktop Session Host -> Licensing -> Set the remote desktop licensing mode.
There are other RDS settings that can be changed through Group Policy as well. It’s not as simple and straight forward as it used to be, but it can be done. Hope this helps!
Consider the following scenario:
You double-click a short-cut to an Excel file located on your desktop or any other location
The Microsoft Excel application starts, but the Excel file does not open and you receive an error message.
The error message may be different depending on the version of Windows you are using.
In Windows Vista, you may see this error message:
In Windows XP, you may see this error message:
Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013
- Click the File tab, and then click Options.
- Click Advanced, scroll down to the General section and clear the Ignore other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) check box in the General area.
- Click OK
Microsoft Excel 2007
- Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Excel Options.
- Click Advanced, and clear the Ignore other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) check box in theGeneral area.
- Click OK.
Microsoft Excel 2003 or earlier versions of Excel
- Click Options, on the Tools menu.
- Click the General tab.
- Clear the Ignore other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) check box, and then click OK.
After you do this, you should be able to open workbooks by double-clicking them in Windows .