Sooooo, DOTNETFX does nothing during the installation phase, so it can be deleted. But if I ‘wanted’ to install it I could, by clicking on the “DOTNETFX.EXE”. OK. But it may, or may not, be an old version, of 1.0 or 1.1, and in any case I would still need to go to windows updates to install any hot fixes. And since .net2.0 is backward compatible anyway, I don’t ‘really’ need .net1.1, since I only need ‘dotnet2.0’ to run the nLite program. So, as I originally stated, I have already made a .net2.0, that includes ‘only’ dotnet2.0 and its hot fixes, using the silent .net maker, so I should quite while I’m ahead. But, if I absolutely wanted to, I could use the ‘silent net maker’ and slipstream v1.1 & v2.0. And since, again, I only need it for nlite, there’s no need to pursue ‘DotNet3.0 or 3.5. But, in any event, I can, and should, delete the “DOTNETFX” folder before I slipstream the next time. Just wondering, though, what is this all about: C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework, it lists v1.0.3705 & v1.1.4322 & v2.0.50727. If, ’DOTNETFX’, doesn’t do anything??? Since I did everything in one step, and therefore, ‘components’ which contained ‘netfx/i386/netfx.cab’, 12.1MB’s, could not be removed… Hmmm… Can or should I remove, the folders for v1.0.3705 & v1.1.4322 from this C:\Windows\Microsoft.Net\Framework folder??? The v1.1.4322 folder is 43.2mb’s, containing 192 files with 9 folders.