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file or assembly name 'SystemLibNet' was not found

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Hi

I have a Win CE6.0-Application written in VB. Here
myField.Focus()

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I get the error. I don't find any file SystemLibNet on my machine. I think there is a missing Namespace, but which one? Thanks for your help.
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It's not in .NET a reference so keep looking, Should be in SDK for Hope this link helps: http://geekswithblogs.net/WernerWillemsens/archive/2013/09/13/154016.aspx
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