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I would like to install Visual C# Express 2010 onto several machines on the Windows network at the school where I work. I can only find web and ISO installers, but I really need MSIs for both Visual C# and its dependencies to perform managed installs. Any ideas how to get hold of these, or how to get around this problem?

(To clarify, I am not the network admin. I asked them and they said this was the problem, so I apologise if I've stated it incorrectly or info is missing. Hopefully all makes sense.)

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Visual studio is not something which can be installed via MSI. See MSDN for the supported mechanism for administrative installs of Visual Studio. I believe VS Express uses the same bootstrapper, and should work similarly.

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