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It's quite possible to accomplish that you need only the .exe file to run the application, but then you have to be careful not to use anything that is stored outside of it.

The configuration file is not for Visual Studio, it's for the program itself. Some controls (for example the OpenFileDialog) saves informtion in the configuration file. If you use a control that does, you either need the configuration file, or you need to change the settings of the control so that it doesn't use the file.

If you have referenced any libraries that is not in the framework, you need those .dll files along with the .exe file.

Despite everything, the person most likely to be fooling you next is yourself.

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