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Can someone suggest me, where I can download the IFS Kit of Microsoft........

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By the way, the IFS Kit is NOT DOWNLOADABLE anywhere.  It NOT included with any MSDN Subscription.  The ONLY LEGAL way to get it is to pay the money and order it as described in the above URL.
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Thanks a lot for ur kind help.....

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Thanks a lot for ur kind help....

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