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Un-installing .net framework from a Windows 2003 server

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I need to uninstall Microsoft .Net Framework from my Windows 2003 server. I could not find this option anywhere in the Add/Remove Windows Componenets from the Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel. Nor there is any icon in the Addministrative Tools to uninstall it. Can you please help.
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You can try the subheading "Manually remove and then reinstall the .NET Framework 1.1" from this site:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3B824643#5

I tried it on my 2003 server and nothing showed up.  I guess I do not have it installed.  Interested to see if yours shows up.

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cfairley
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