All the rest are false reports. Going to dare to inject a new link here:. The solution is to find which references your project is calling and check if they are really installed on server. . I too had issues with this and believe there are multiple paths to fixing it. This experience drawn from approximately 30+ binaries now. You're not missing anything more.
And I did copy the proper redist x64 version files to the same folder as my com dll. In my case, I noticed that compiling with the debug configuration caused my com dll to not register. I hope this helped someone! But under some very specific circumstances I got the error message see below. Why it won't do this for you during the install we can safely file as iwishihadarealpackagemanager. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the.
However, when I changed my configuration to release, I was able to have a clean registration. As I didn't find any clear way to know it Dependency Wolker didn't help me a lot. After solving my issue I wanted to report what I found out, and I can't post this as an answer because the question has been closed. Dependency Walker is misleading in this case and caused me to lose time. Ben Brammer, it is not important which 3. Any idea on how to fix this issue? Not the answer you're looking for? Your project probably calls other dlls. I have a problem with our executable.
Killing Firefox, Thunderbird, procmon, depends, everything worked again. Net on server, the problem disappeared. And it's still running just fine. So, in short solution is: check if all your project references are there. So nothing to worry about there.
Browse other questions tagged or. In my case, it was not 3. Now I got the client installation of the very same program and was asked to test it with a clean Windows 7 installation. Installing on Windows 10 worked fine, but installing on Windows 7 required adding these dlls to our product install. Would you like to answer one of these instead? The issue came up because the dlls listed are not located in the Visual Studio install path e.
It comes up in basically everything I compile in Win7, and seems to have no consequence on function. . . . . .
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