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Default Framework 1.0 to 1.1

I have vbNet2002, I see this
  .NET Framework Redistributable Package version 1.1
  Microsoft .NET Framework SDK version 1.1.
If i install the 2 files mentioned will it change my .Net Framework then convert my vbNet2002 to vbNet2003?

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No, you can either purchase the full or upgrade version to get VB.Net 2003.

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Also, You CAN run both simultaneously. Each version of Visual Studio will run on top of and compile with the correct version of the framework.

Something else to note with this: If you have .NET 1.0 and install 1.1 on a machine with IIS, the 1.1 installed will re-map the server mappings for .NET resources to the new version. Then when you build a web application in 1.0 it will actually be executing against 1.1. This normally won't cause a problem aside from if you are using some of the security classes which are not forward compatible with 1.1.
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