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How to switch between different versions of SitecoreInstallFramework without removing the other one?

Description:I have installations of sitecore 9 and sitecore 10 on the same machine for which I have SitecoreInstallFramework 1.2.1 and SitecoreInstallFramework 2.3.0 installed on machine and now I need to install another instance of sitecore 9 the older version on my machine, so I need to use the SitecoreInstallFramework 1.2.1 by keeping the other version (SitecoreInstallFramework 2.3.0) in place as well.

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You can use required version of SitecoreInstallFramework by following these steps

-First you need to uninstall required version of SitecoreInstallFramework (SIF) which is in your case SIF 1.2.1 by using the following command in powershell

Uninstall-Module -Name SitecoreInstallFramework -RequiredVersion 1.2.1

-Then you need to reinstall the same version by using the following command

Install-Module -Name SitecoreInstallFramework -RequiredVersion 1.2.1

-Now to actually run the specific version of SitecoreInstallFramework (SIF), you need to close the powershell and reopen it again and then try running the following command.

Import-Module -Name SitecoreInstallFramework -Force -RequiredVersion 1.2.1

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