udaya kumar wrote:
> No harry, i have installed windows 2000 server SP4 it did not install the
> dll file msvcp60.dll and msvcp60.dll is an important file to run VC++
> application on windows 2000 server.
I've doublechecked and you're right - that one file from vcredist.exe is not
part of the OS in Windows 2000. (All the others are.)
This presumably means that msvcp60.dll can be installed in the same way as any
ordinary redistributable DLL would be; you can refer to the Visual Studio 6
documentation for more details.
I'm not 100% certain of this, but I think that in this case all you actually
need to do is copy msvcp60.dll from the machine running Visual Studio 6 to
either the system32 directory on the target machine or to the same directory as
the executable using it. It isn't a COM or (heaven forbid) a .NET component, so
it shouldn't need to be registered or anything; it just has to be available to
be loaded by the executable.
There is also a copy of msvcp60.dll inside \support\tools\support.cab on the
Windows 2000 installation CD, although it may not be as recent a version as that
available with the latest service pack for Visual Studio 6.
-- -thanks uday "Harry Johnston [MVP]" wrote:
> > udaya kumar wrote:
>> > > The link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/259403 gives run time
>> > > all windows flavours except windows 2000.
> > More accurately, for all versions of Windows prior to Windows 2000/Windows ME.
>> > > How to get runtime components for windows 2000. Is there any hotfix/update?
> > Windows 2000 already includes those components, as do all later versions.
> > Harry.
> > .
No harry, i have installed windows 2000 server SP4 it did not install the
dll file msvcp60.dll and msvcp60.dll is an important file to run VC++
application on windows 2000 server.