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Hello,

I am C++ developer and I use Visual Studio 6 on daily basis. I am very happy with that :)

I have a task related to a VB.NET project and I am not very familiar with it.

My question is for the people who have stared to use Visual Studio 2010 and is related to VB.NET applications: Is there any way to build these applications in order to have them running on xp machines who do not have .net 4.0 installed on? Is there any software that will help me do this?

Thank you for your time.

Micutzu.
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micutzu wrote:
My question is for the people who have stared to use Visual Studio 2010 and is related to VB.NET applications: Is there any way to build these applications in order to have them running on xp machines who do not have .net 4.0 installed on? Is there any software that will help me do this?


AFAIK, no.
You would need to have the framework available.

A COM object is located in unmanaged memory and is not expected to move to another memory location. Visual Studio and the .NET Framework provide tools to control the interaction of these managed and unmanaged components but one cannot run inside the other.
 
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