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I am installing the remote debug components on Windows 2003...
This is a production server, and I am only going to be debugging there
for a short time before we go live.

I put the VS.NET 2003 dvd into the box...even though the framework is
installed on windows 2003, it still requires me to install the
prerequisites.. .

microsoft frontpage 2000 web extensions client
setup runtime files
microsoft visual j# .net Redistributable package 1.1

as this is a temporary debugging procedure...is there any harm in
having these components installed on a machine that is outside the
DMZ...(especial ly frontpage 2000 web extensions client). Also will I
be able to uninstall these bits later?? Are they really necessary for
remote debugging?

Many thanks on any advice in this regard..

Nov 19 '05 #1
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