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IE5.0 and VC dll

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Does the installation of IE5.0 includes a copy of msvcp60.dll into the system directory?

How is this dll related to mfc42.dll?


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Hi leowlf,
I dont think IE 5.0 does it. But Professional Edition of IE 5.1 does it.
Regarding MFC42.dll you gotta distribute it along with your application the system gets takes a count of no. of applications using it. SO the count
decreases by 1 each time you uninstall a particular appln using that dll.
When it reaches zero then gets deleted from the system
Hope this info helps
Regards,
Premadhas.
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