Visual Studio 2015 RTM Installer crashes with NullReferenceException in ManagedUx.dll under Windows 10.

Basically, the same issue as this one, marked "as fixed" on Microsoft Connect, but it's not fixed for me.

How to make it work?


I wasted half of my day trying to find a workaround, and here's what helped, eventually. My Windows 10 instance had the .NET 3.5 optional component installed. Switching it off brought the Visual Studio 2015 Installer back to life:

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    I don't know what led you to try this, but it's the only thing that worked for me. Thanks! – Paul Smith Feb 16 '16 at 19:30
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    @Noseratio, you are a little bit of a hero. – Jacques Bosch Nov 5 '16 at 20:38

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