Note: The AJAX Control Toolkit is installed as a standard Visual Studio extension and appears in the Tools -> Extensions and Updates -> Installed list.

Specify
  • OS (version/edition/bitness/service packs);
  • All installed .NET Framework versions;
  • All installed VS IDE instances (version/edition/bitness/service packs).
Clarify
  • Whether you have changed the default Visual Studio and Documents Environment Variables.
Make a screencast
Make a detailed screencast that illustrates the steps below and related results. For example, use the Jing tool for this purpose.
  • Install the AjaxControlToolkit;
  • Once the installation process is complete, save the installer's log files that have been just created:
%TEMP%\ACTInstaller_[GUID_HERE]
%TEMP%\VSIXInstaller_[GUID_HERE]
  • Run VS IDE via the "/log" flag (devenv.exe /log);
  • Check if the "ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit" extension appears in the "Tools -> Extensions and Updates -> Installed" list;
  • Create an ASP.NET WebForms project (TargetFramework = 4+), open an *.aspx WebForm/Page file, and check if the AjaxControlToolkit controls appear to the Toolbox. Save the ActivityLog.xml log file:
%APPDATA%\Microsoft\VisualStudio\[VISUAL_STUDIO_VERSION]\ActivityLog.xml
for example
%APPDATA%\Microsoft\VisualStudio\12.0\ActivityLog.xml (for VS2013)
  • Unistall the AjaxControlToolkit and save the mentioned above installer's log files (with the other names):
%TEMP%\ACTInstaller_[GUID_HERE]
%TEMP%\VSIXInstaller_[GUID_HERE]
Then, provide us with the captured screencast along with the requested details and listed log files.

Last edited Jan 18, 2016 at 4:43 PM by MikhailTymchukDX, version 2