Where did the .NET Framework 2.0 Configuration Tool go?

The .Net Framework Configuration tool is used to manage assemblies stored in the GAC (among other things).  The tool, an mmc snapin named mscorcfg.msc, was included in the .net 1.1 redistributable but MS decided to leave it out of the 2.0 and later .net redistributable packages.

According to this MSDN library document you need to install the .NET framework 2.0 SDK to get the configuration tool which manages 2.0 and later frameworks.  It really gets under my skin that I need to download and install a 350+ MB package to get this.

Aaron Stebner has gone through the trouble of creating a Wix installer with just the 2.0 config tool.  You can read about it on his blog or just download the install file directly.