I have just finished writing a program, in VB 6.0, that reads a user's Win95 Registry value and outputs the key value to a file on a server. I want to run the .exe off of the server, but when I copy the .exe file and the bootstrap runtime files to a directory on the server, and try to run it from a user's computer, I get an error (as opposed to it working on my computer, which has the VB core library files). I don't want to have to copy the runtime files to everyone's computer before being able to run my program successfully. Is there a way to tell my program where to find the runtime libraries (on the server)? Or, can anyone suggest any other solutions?