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Is it possible to make the dll-s file in C# which will work on machine without installed .NET Framework?
Is there any software which can resolve this problem? I find on Google Salamander .NET Linker, Native Compiler and Mini-Deployment Tool
But I didn't try to use it.


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The short answer is no. Even using Salamander, it will still install parts of the .NET framework that your dll requires to run, it just doesn't install the entire thing.



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That's one of Microsoft's recommendations for upgrading to Vista, because it comes with the entire .NET framework loaded. So you know anyone with Vista can run your Visual Studio winforms.

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