Vagex on Azure VPS. NET Framework error?

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Salieri

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Well, I got an Azure VPS, and when I try to open Vagex software, look what happens:

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Any idea how to fix this please? Cause the only option I have on the VPS is to run the Vagex Firefox Plug-in and it earns credits VERY VERY slowly, like 200-300 a day, that plugin sucks.

This is Windows Server 2012 btw.

I tried to install .NET Framework again but it showed me the same shit when I try to install it.
 

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its because its windows server , i think you need to install default .net framework available on windows server
google it but u need to restart ur server
else
contact ur server admin to install it :)
 

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I had the same problem, but I contacted my provider and they have installed it. As I remember it was a special version of .NET framework(for servers), not a default one. My pal had the same problem on windows server 2008.
Good luck!
 

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It's probably because its windows server 2008. there is another framework or somthing like that for win serever
 

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Did you read the first post? It is windows 2012 for Christ sakes.
 
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