There is no such thing as "Visual Studio Sockets". Case closed.
Some final remarks:
Visual Studio is the IDE.
VB.NET is a language (VB is not supported, VB.NET is absolutely different language). It is processes using a VB.NET compiler which produces the code.
Visual Studio 2010 does have VB.NET compiler. The compiler is bundled with (freely distributed) .NET Framework. You don't really need Visual Studio to build projects and solutions. It's done by MSBuild.
Sockets library comes with the assembly System.DLL. It comes with .NET Framework. You can use the class
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Run-time of the application does not need Visual Studio.
Santa Clause does not exist.
Do you need some information on where children come from?