Installing .exe on NT40

I am having trouble installing my VB50 application on an NT server. I have created a setup.exe file that I run on the server but it seems like it locks up and does nothing. I can run the setup from my client and everything works fine. Is there something I am missing in this setup file? Please help!
cuhl123Asked:
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erundConnect With a Mentor Commented:
NT Server is very complex. It has alot of security & network features. Not all the applications can be installd on NT Server. You need to develop a specail version of your app to WinNT Server
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kesonlineCommented:
Chances are that you're not running anything. It could be a condition unique to your machine. Try installing it on another NT server if you can, and get back to me w/the results. What ver. of NTServer are you installing it onto?
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cuhl123Author Commented:
kesonline,

I was able to install the vb program on the server but now I am getting a system error with all the hexidecimal numbers after it. It also says that I may missing a module. Can you please advise?
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kesonlineCommented:
Did you use the included Setup Wizard to create your setup? Also, do you have any of the Visual Basic service packs installed, and if so, which ones?
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swiltCommented:
Which file does it say is missing and what is the first message it comes up with, including the hexadecimal numbers ?
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cuhl123Author Commented:
Thanks for your reply. Here is the exact message I get when I start the application.
"System Error &H8007007E(-2147024770). The specified module could not be found."


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