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Visual Studio 2005 C# Application Requirements

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Hello. Simple question - I have a C# application built in VS2005.  
References are:
System
System.Data
System.Drawing
Sytem.Windows.Forms
System.Xml

OK - does the target PC client upon which this program will be installed require installation of .NET 2.0 Framework?  Any way that I can avoid it?
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>>does the target PC client upon which this program will be installed require installation of .NET 2.0 Framework?

Yes.

>>Any way that I can avoid it?

No.

Wayne
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Hi adwooley2;

When you build an application with Visual Studio .Net all versions the client system that the application will be installed will need the .Net framework installed for even the application to install as well as run. So in answer to your question the machine that you want to install the application will need .Net 2.0 in this case.

Fernando
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Great.  Thanks for the information!  
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