I have a problem of not being able to execute osk.exe in the Windows\System32 folder (from my VB6 app).
If I copy osk.exe to my App folder and execute it (programmatically using CreateProcess or Shell) then all's good but I'd rather not do that because that means I'll either need to copy it from the target Windows folder to my App folder at install time (which I may have problems anyway) or I'd need to supply it as part of install but I should really be using the app that is appropriate for the target environment rather than one that I supply.
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