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Uninstall a Previous Application Installation When Upgrading an Application with Setups Created in VS.NET - Part 2        
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This is the second part of a two part article. This article assumes you have read and understood the techniques and concepts described in Part 1. In the previous article you saw how properly defining an UpgradeCode could be used to upgrade an existing application while preserving legacy files if needed. We also saw in the previous article that an upgrade does not work if you change the per-machine or per-user level between setups. We will look at one of several possible solutions to this potential problem, as well as look a little deeper into how upgrades function in general.


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