.NET 1.1 exe remains in-use after exit

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by SYNC/Anang, May 30, 2006.

  1. SYNC/Anang

    SYNC/Anang Guest


    I'm testing Vista build 5384. When I run a .NET 1.1 from
    a mapped network drive, even after I exit the program,
    it remains in-use; prevent me to replace the file or
    delete it. I had to release it from remote computer's
    administrator tool.

    This behavior doesn't occur on .NET 2.0 files. Any idea,
    or workaround? Thank you.
    SYNC/Anang, May 30, 2006
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    Naseru Guest


    My hunch is this is both off-topic (maybe try "vista.file_management" or
    "vista.general' newsgroups)... and it appears to be a .NET Framework issue.

    Memory locking/allocation has changed between .NET 1.x and 2.0, so I would
    bet that it is a .NET 1.1 issue (remote-accessing of files).

    - naseru
    Naseru, May 30, 2006
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  3. SYNC/Anang

    SYNC/Anang Guest


    Thank for the reply.

    Because this behavior occurs only on Vista and not on other OS (XP, W2K3),
    I think it is a Vista issue, yet with .NET 1.1 of course.

    The application is just a simple windows application. Built from scratch,
    includes only a single button that open a connection to a SQL server using
    a single SqlConnection object. No command or other codes. Just as simple as
    that to produce the behavior. Just push the button, exit, and the file
    will be remain in-use/open on the remote computer.

    I know that it might be not appropriate to post in this newsgroup, but
    I couldn't find other which fits more.

    SYNC/Anang, May 30, 2006
  4. Have you installed the latest service pack for .NET 1.1?
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    SYNC/Anang, May 30, 2006
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