Detect .net 4.0 In Client?

Sep 28, 2010

I am trying to detect wether or not a client has version 4 of the .net framework installed. Using theRequest.Browser.GetClrVersions() method, I only get versions listed up to 3.5 SP1, but I do not get anything back indicating version 4. Does anyone know how I can determine this?

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