I am also moving my 1Password version 4.6.2 from a Windows 7 computer to a Windows 10 computer. I had done what you suggested above, moving my 1Password data and then installing the app afterwards. When I launched the app it is completely different than what I am used to, asking for my 1password account name, an account key, and a master password. I don't recall creating a 1Password account or setting up a master password when I installed it nearly 5 years ago and I would have certainly documented it if I did. This must be required by a new version. I am assuming that I will need to create a 1Password account to set this information up. I started doing so but stopped because it was asking for a team name. This is being used for my own purposes and not for a team so I am wondering if I am heading down the correct path and that my data will be available when I'm finished.
I haven't created a new project for about 6 months (this is Windows Forms). Today I tried to create a new .NET project and started work. I needed impersonation, and i have a reusable class I always use. The class would not work because the methods seem to not work in .NET 5. So after a couple of searches with no good example showing up in .NET 5, I decided to just go back to 4.6.2 where I know it works. I have two other VS2019 projects that show the 4.6.2 framework, but it doesn't show for this project. I reinstalled framework 4.6.2, and still no luck. What in the world is going on?
Update the Application .NET target framework could solve the problem. In my case, I'm installing EmguCv 4.2 package. I get this same error when trying to build with 4.5.1 .NET target framework. After updated the .NET target framework to 4.6.2, I can install the EmguCv 4.2 Nuget package successfully.
The latest stable release (4.6.1) was released on November 17, 2015 after took eight months. The availability of the .NET Framework 4.6.2 was announced on August 2 and this new version comes with changes based on developer feedback. Many improvements were made to the Base Class Library, Common Language Runtime, ClickOnce, ASP.NET, SQL, Windows Presentation Foundation and Windows Communication Foundation.
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2 (Web Installer) is compatible with Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2. In order to install it, your device must be connected to the internet.
.NET Framework 4.6.2 Developer Pack can be downloaded here and it installs the .NET Framework 4.6.2, the .NET 4.6.2 Targeting Pack and the .NET 4.6.2 SDK. It can be used for development and build environments.
I'm using macOS 12.1, Alfred 4.6.2 . There have been a number of reports like these in this thread with many scenarios to reproduce the problem, and I wonder whether this is even being looked into or if anyone in the dev team has been able to reproduce this. I don't think I've seen this listed as a known issue or something that's being looked into.
We are migrating an existing application to run under ASP.NET Core MVC. We want to use the Upload feature, but the assembly we currently use, Infragistics45.Web.jQuery.v16.2, only works when the IIS App Pool using .NET CLR Version v4.0. .NET Core requires that the App Pool be set to "No Managed Code". We've tried using the new Upload Middleware we've found described on various Infragistics websites but can't seem to get any of them to work. We are running the .NET Core with the full 4.6.2 Framework due to functionality we need that is not available in the .NET Core Standard.
Can anyone provide a detailed example of both configuration, server-side and client-side code examples, to help us achieve what we need to do. We want to continue using the client-side igniteUI JQuery to perform the Uploads, but we need the server-side to run under .Net Core using the full 4.6.2 Framework.
If you are using Windows 8.1, and .NET 4.6.x is not installed, and you have not run Update KB2919355, the ACL for Windows installer terminates with an error message during the .NET 4.6.2 prerequisite installation.