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Deploying Visual C++ Runtime Files as Private Assemblies

, 25 Aug 2010
If you create a C++ project in Visual Studio and configure it to "Use MFC in a Shared DLL" (the default) you need to make sure the C runtime (CRT) and the MFC libraries are installed in the correct versions on the end user's computer. That can be difficult.There are three ways to install the librari

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Helge Klein is an independent consultant and developer. As a consultant, he has worked in Windows and Citrix projects for various larger German corporations. As a developer, he architected sepago's user profile management product sepagoPROFILE whose successor is now available as Citrix Profile Management. In 2009 Helge received the Citrix Technology Professional (CTP) Award, in 2011 he was nominated a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
 
Helge's professional interests are focused on Microsoft server technologies, various Citrix products and programming in several languages. He publishes his knowledge in English in his blog at http://helgeklein.com/blog. Helge can also be found on Twitter as @HelgeKlein. He has presented on many occasions, e.g. Citrix TechEdge Munich 2009, ice Lingen (2009 and 2011), PubForum (2010 and 2011), Microsoft TechDay Online 2010, Citrix Synergy 2011 and 2012.
 
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