Windows 10: .Net Native Framework Package 1.2.23205.0 keeps updating
I was reading a bit about VS tools fro MS runtime and saw that I gave the wrong steps in post# 59
If it's VS tools for MSO runtime, see if selecting MSO in Programs and Features > Repair helps.
If it's VS tools for MSO runtime, see if selecting MSO in Programs and Features > Uninstall > Repair helps.
This might be a good place to start to research
Visual Studio Tools for Office Runtime Overview
If you want to try to download it fresh:
Download Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Runtime from Official Microsoft Download Center
Visual Studio Tools for Office Runtime Installation Scenarios
How to: Install the Visual Studio Tools for Office Runtime Redistributable
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Runtime update
Is KB2525428 the update that keeps getting offered?
I was thinking that VS tools for MSO runtime was an optional component. It's been a while since I had MSO on my machine though. I thought that if you custom installed MSO, you had the choice to install the VS tools - I could be wrong.
Are you given the choice in Uninstall > Repair?
On mine the only choice is uninstall. I thought about trying and uninstall/reinstall but at this point I'm thinking it's probably only solvable from Microsoft's end.
Has the update been offered again after you used cCleaner ?
If the problem persists, try:
Windows Updates - Hide or Show in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
The updates can not be hidden because they only show in Perf Monitor.
I did reinstall and initialize all of the default apps. I'll monitor the issue over the next few days to see if that helps.
UPDATE 7/13: Net Native Framework Package 1.2.23205.0 update a few minutes ago. I noticed that on one of my other PC that has VS installed, this package updated only once sometime ago. Thats interesting so its possible that if I reinstall VS on the problem PC that the upadate will happen and that will be the end of it. I honestly don't remember if VS was ever previously installed but it is entirely possible that it was. I probably won't have time to do this until Friday but I'll report back in after the new install has had a chance to settle in.
UPDATE 7/17: Reinstalled VS 2015 thinking that might fix the Net Native updated but it did not. Unless anyone else has a fix I'm just going to live with this until MS fixes the problem but I suspect that hell will freeze over first.
UPDATE 8/12: No more annoying Net Native Framework Package installs. Looks like the AU solved the problem. FYI it would appear the an upgrade in place of the previous version would have probably solved the issue as well.
Last edited by SoFine409; 12 Aug 2016 at 10:07.
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Every day I am getting update for Microsoft .Net Native Framework Package 1.2.23205.0 - its successful.
Any ideas why and how to fix?
Almost every single day now I see that MS has installed Microsoft .Net Native Framework Package 1.0 and Microsoft .Net Native Runtime Package 1.0 with multiple entries for each showing in Reliability Monitor.
What is this and why do they keep...
Every time I try to check the app in the Store that app .Net Native Runtime Package 1.1.23101.0 appear in the list.
I'm just wondering what everyone is doing, and why?