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    This article lists the most commonly used Windows Installer resources.
    This article demonstrates how to get started calling functions in the Windows Application Programming Interface (Windows API) in your Visual Basic projects. This article assumes you are familiar with using Visual Basic but have never used it to...
    DLLSKEL is a file in the Microsoft Download Center that contains the source code for a minimal dynamic-link library (DLL) for the Windows environment. DLLSKEL demonstrates how to correctly implement and compile a multiple-segment DLL.
    Describes how to use the software restriction policies in Windows Server 2003.
    This step-by-step article discusses how to determine whether a client system meets the hardware and software requirements to install the .NET Framework. This information becomes more important when you install the .NET Framework or Microsoft Visual...
    When you apply the Microsoft Office 2000 Service Release 1 (SR-1) Update to your Office 2000 installation, you may receive the following error message: The feature you are trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable disk that is not available....
    This article provides two samples that demonstrate how to move a mailbox in Exchange from its current mailbox store to another mailbox store programmatically by using Microsoft Visual C++. The first sample uses Active Directory Services Interface...
    When you use the Microsoft Interface Definition Language (MIDL) with the /mktypelib203 switch to compile an .odl file, MIDL reports the following error: This happens when you use SDK headers that are included in the July 1999 Platform SDK. When the...
    With Visual Studio Installer, you receive the following error messages when you try to Compile, Build, or Deploy your project:
    Describes how to manually remove Visual Studio .NET 2002 components.

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