I have just sent an Access runtime app to some onewho when it runs get a 'msado15.dll missing' refernece error.
On the base Access db the dll is being correctly referenced so my only conclusion is that the dll on their machine is in a different folder and thus the path is different - does anyone know if this is likely?
Also what is strange is that previous versions of the RT have worked on their PC and the new vesrion only has the smallest of tweaks (certainly nothing affecting code or references).
Finally if the dll is in a different folder is there a way of fixing this with the RT?
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