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Problem with vb6 and msldbusr.dll

Posted on 2006-07-11
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I am working on a vb6 application and using access as database.

I am msldbusr.dll to read the ldb file created by access to get the information abt the user using the database (my application is a multiuser application.)

Now wht happening right now is that i have to put this msldbusr.dll file in same folder where my application EXE is there.

Is there is any way to put this dll in some file and my application exe in some different folder

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Question by:ziorrinfotech
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See here
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q186304/

(Install it in the system dir and register it)
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Can I ask why I was given a grade of a C?!
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