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Running executable on someones elses computer?

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I created a simple interface with visual c++ for a job I am tryign to get.  I need to run this program on the computer at the place I am trying to get a job to show them what I can do.
Now when I went there for my first interview the programs that I brought on a disc wouldn't all work on his computer.  Only the rilly basic ones would.  Does anyone know what files I need to put on there computer to make sure that my program will run?  
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millsoft earned 125 total points
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Hi Rackboy,

If it's a .NET program, you need the .NET runtime.  But if they are doing .NET development, they should already have it installed.

Cheers!
Brad
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Thanks for the help!
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