Distributing an application that uses GeckoFX and XulRunner. DllNotFoundException.

CaptainGiblets used Ask the Experts™
I am trying to implement a browser control in my application that uses FireFox instead of the usual IE WebBrowser control, and so far have succeeded in building and running my application using the GeckoWebBrowser in a Windows Forms Application.

My issue comes when I try to distribute the application. Installing and running the application from the publish location causes an exception when trying to use the GeckoWebBrowser control:

System.DllNotFoundException: Unable to load DLL 'xul': The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)

I used NuGet to grab GeckoFX and XulRunner, but have also attempted to implement them separately myself and ran into the same issue.
I use ClickOnce Security and Deployment to publish my application to a server location where anyone can run the setup.

It looks like the XUL.dll is not being deployed as a part of the application. I have tried storing the XUL.dll in a shared location and pointing the application to that directory, but even in debug the following ComException occurs and I cannot progress:

Class not registered (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040154 (REGDB_E_CLASSNOTREG))

Here's the full source for my little test application:
    public partial class Form1 : Form
        GeckoWebBrowser geckoBrowser;
        public Form1()

            geckoBrowser = new GeckoWebBrowser();

            //Gecko.Xpcom.Initialize( @"L:\Databases\Applications\xulrunner\" );
            Gecko.Xpcom.Initialize( Path.GetDirectoryName( Assembly.GetEntryAssembly().Location ) );

            geckoBrowser.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;

            this.Controls.Add( geckoBrowser );

        private void btnGo_Click( object sender, EventArgs e )
            geckoBrowser.Navigate( txtAddress.Text );

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I am unsure as to how to progress from here.
Am I on the right track trying to make XulRunner available in a public location, or do I need to change how I distribute the application?
Is the issue as simple/frustrating as it seems or am I on the wrong track entirely?

Thanks for the assist.
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Currently putting out the application by copying the bin directory and creating a shortcut to the .exe within, but this isn't an ideal solution.

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