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.net configuration mmc won't load

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I need some help, can't seem to find a solution for this. I can't open .net 2.0 configuration mmc to make configuration changes. It give me


MMC could not create the snap-in.

MMC could not creat the snap-in. The snap-in might not have been installed correclty.

Name: .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration
CLSID:{A22B5BA1-D8CF-4DB6-BC91-CFC1A04E2469}

ive tried to uninstall and reinstall .net with not luck. THis is on windows 2008 64. Had anyone had this problem?

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The MMC snap in for configuring .Net is not installed with the .Net framework... instead its installed with either the SDK or Visual Studio.
Be aware that in your case, you've got two separate configurations... a 32bit version and a 64bit version.   And if I remember corerctly for WinS2008, there are two separate mscorcfg.msc files
Take a look at the following article... it has an unsupported technique for re-installing the just the snap in portion.   Although the article and downloadable files are for 32bit installs, you might be able to glean enough from them to perform a similar operation on the 64bit side
http://home.hot.rr.com/graye/Articles/CodeAccessSecurity.htm
As a last resort,  you could always use the caspol.exe command line.. (yuk!)
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Sorry about the delay, caspol.exe did the trick for me, i added the URL to the trusted database for security and it resolve my issue. Thanks,
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