I'd bet that with IE7 coming on but not being available for Win2k, and M$ history of providing security patches on older systems ranging from late to never, there has to be tons of CIOs/CTOs Win2k thinking . . . "We gotta get rid of IE6 because after IE7, M$ will never update it."
I agree that 2 filesets are crazy. My idea was, get rid of everything and then have an optional install INF, if that's possible. It doesn't have to be limited to the above mentioned programs.
I just don't know if the "Master Install INF" idea s doable because I don't know the dependencies on the INFs like you do.
I'm surprised anyone still uses the OS/2 subsystem, but I probably shouldn't be as the people who use your fileset are probably doing all sorts of stuff that your standard user would not touch.
Let us know how you and Oleg are doing on the .chm removal project and if I can help in any way.
Edited by saugatak, 10 October 2005 - 05:30 PM.