This means that running the cleanup tool on Windows XP Media Center Edition or Tablet PC Edition will not offer the option to clean up the .
NET Framework 1.0, running it on Windows Server 2003 will not offer the option to clean up the . When choosing to remove any of the above versions of the .
NET Framework to remove as a command line parameter.
To run the cleanup tool in silent mode, you need to download the cleanup tool, extract the file cleanup_from the zip file, and then run it using syntax like the following: in this example must exactly match one of the products listed in the Supported products section above.
For example, if you would like to run the cleanup tool in silent mode and remove the .
NET Framework Cleanup Tool User’s Guide Introduction This .
NET Framework cleanup tool is designed to automatically perform a set of steps to remove selected versions of the . It will remove files, directories, registry keys and values and Windows Installer product registration information for the . The tool is intended primarily to return your system to a known (relatively clean) state in case you are encountering .
NET Framework installation, uninstallation, repair or patching errors so that you can try to install again.
There are a couple of very important caveats that you should review before using this tool to remove any version of the .
NET Framework from your system: The file that contains the tool also contains a file named that lists when the most recent version of the tool was published and what changes have been made to the tool over time. NET Framework cleanup tool supports removing the following products: Not all of the above products will appear in the UI for the .
NET Framework cleanup tool on every operating system.