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    Friged Guest

    Making an EXE


    I have mad an Application, using VB.net, and have it working good. Now i need
    to make this available to other people around the office. Problem is they
    don't have the right dll's on there computer, mscoree.dll
    I know i need to make an Assembly, and VB.net does that automatically, right.
    So is there code i have to add to this.
    So do i just copy the whole folder??
    Is there something i have to do??


  2. #2
    Phil Weber Guest

    Re: Making an EXE

    > I have made an Application, using VB.NET, and have it working
    > good. Now I need to make this available to other people around
    > the office. Problem is they don't have the right DLLs on their
    > computer...Is there something I have to do?


    Friged: Your users will need to install the .NET Framework on their systems
    in order to run your program. The simplest way to do this is for them to run
    dotnetfx.exe, which is included with .NET (you should have it on your
    system).
    ---
    Phil Weber



  3. #3
    FRIGED Guest

    Re: Making an EXE


    "Phil Weber" <pweber@nospam.fawcette.com> wrote:
    > > I have made an Application, using VB.NET, and have it working
    > > good. Now I need to make this available to other people around
    > > the office. Problem is they don't have the right DLLs on their
    > > computer...Is there something I have to do?

    >
    >Friged: Your users will need to install the .NET Framework on their systems
    >in order to run your program. The simplest way to do this is for them to

    run
    >dotnetfx.exe, which is included with .NET (you should have it on your
    >system).
    >---
    >Phil Weber
    >


    Is this freeware?
    I can get that by doing Windows Update, right??

  4. #4
    Phil Weber Guest

    Re: Making an EXE

    > Is this freeware?
    > I can get that by doing Windows Update, right?


    Friged: Yes, it's free. I think it is available via Windows Update, but I'm
    not sure. I do know that it won't work on Windows 95, so your users will
    need at least Win98 or better.
    ---
    Phil Weber



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