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Hello all,

I need some information and links about deploying programs (for commercial use).
like :is it legal to deploy DLLS of MFC and Ms Access as part of my program?
and if not then what can I do to run my program on PCs that doesnt have these Programs installed?

thanks in advance,
ilrev
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That depeneds on the DLLs.  Each DLL is linked to a company that built that DLL.  If it is a Visual Studio DLL, most of them are free to distribute, but not all of them.  See the Microsoft site for details.  Just search for run-time and the DLL.   MSAccess is the same.  Unfortunately, you will need to contact Microsoft to be the safest.
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I think that my question was kind of general question so I think that this can help for the mean while...

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If you need further clarification on any specifics, just post back here.  Thanks!
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