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Packaging .NET framework for a .NET application

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I need to develop a software for my company, using VB.NET.

However not all users have .NET framework installed in their systems.
How do I package the .NET framework components together with the .NET application which I am going to develop.

Kindly advise.

I know that this question was asked previously by someone else, and answers could be found here.
But I do not have the privillege to view.

Appreciate if someone could let me know the answer here and email to *****************as well.
Thank you very much
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http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnnetdep/html/redistdeploy.asp shows how to redistribute the framework with your app.
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