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deeboyes Microsoft .NET Framework 2.x 2.0.50727.832
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Secunia recommends deletion but computer will not allow this. How do I do it?
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Pookey RE: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.x 2.0.50727.832
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Goto Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel and it should be Listed Alphabetically.
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deeboyes RE: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.x 2.0.50727.832
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I know that but when I try to delete I get a message that it cannot be deleted because it might affect other programs.
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wr RE: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.x 2.0.50727.832
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Hi,
I'm certainly not the most 'techie' around but i do know that some of M$ programs are so tightly integrated into the OS that to delete them would severally cripple many other programs or render them useless. One of these is IE-find a way to delete it-no desktop-& that's just 1 problem to solve. There are ways to safely create a M$ OS with only those choices you want to include. If you're using WIN Vista the enclosed link will show you how to safely 'gut' it. If .NET 2.x is in your Patched section & is patched up-to-date-I'd leave it alone. http://www.vlite.net/about.html

Good luck & regards, wr



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