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Default How can I setup .Net framework from 1.0 to 1.1

Hi all,

I have Visual Studio .Net 2002 (Ent Arch version), I had already download framework 1.1 and assumed that new version of framework will be installed. Then by luck I checked and realised that it is still using the version 1.0. By the way, my OS is Win2K Pro, on the Ctrl Panel have both versions but I do not know how or find the way to activate the 1.1 framework version.
Does any one know how to activate the 1.1, I would be grateful. Thanks all in advance.

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Visual Studio 2002 is built on and runs on Framework 1.0. Visual Studio 2003 is built and runs on Framework 1.1. You can have each installed at the same time and each will run on the appropriate framework, but neither will run on the other framework. This is by design.

However, applications built on one framework can run on the other framework if there are no backward or forward incompatability issues.

Here is another thread that discusses this topic.

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