When trying to uninstall an application (called FarPoint, a sleek spreadsheet development platform), I got an error that I need .NET framework 2.0 or higher to use this uninstaller. Which is weird, because I do have .NET 2.0, and the software would not work without it anyway in the first place.
The solution was, I had to run the uninstaller as administrator. Even though the application was not registered in
By the way, to run any app in windows as administrator, you don’t need to logout and login as admin, you can just do this:
runas /u:administrator cmd
And then from the appearing
cmd prompt window you can run whatever you want as admin.