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Running VB Apps On Machines Without .NET

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Is it possible to create a form-driven application using Visual Basic 2005 Express that can be run on a machine that does not have .NET framework support installed?

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There are third party tools that can convert your .Net app into a standalone executable that can run on machines without the .Net framework installed.

See:
http://www.xenocode.com/Products/Postbuild/
http://www.thinstall.com/solutions/net_virtual.php
http://www.remotesoft.com/linker/

I'm sure there are others out there...
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That pretty well sums it up.  Thank you both.

Mike
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