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I am writing a program that in VC++ 6 I would use the WinHTTP C/C++ API.  Is there an equivalent namespace or class built into managed VC++.net 2.0?
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From MSDN:
WinHTTP is not recommended for applications built on the Microsoft .NET Framework, because .NET Framework applications should use the networking facilities in the System.net classes.

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