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Microsoft .NET Framework

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I've searched about this online, and found that it is possible to have two versions of the Microsoft .NET Framework installed (I have 1.1, and need 2.0 before I can install a program).

I just wanted to check with someone more informed than I if it is indeed safe to have both version 1.1 and 2.0 of the MS .NET Framework installed on one computer?

Thanks in advance.
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They're two separate runtimes, programs that require a specific version will find the one they need.
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