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Default Packaging & Deploying - Basic question

Hi Guys

I am completely new to VB and trying to get hold of the basics here. I have lots of confusions/queries on my mind and i hope some of you will help me in answering these queries:

1) developer A (on win XP) creates some VB code and packages it. This package is then installed on clients machine having latest version of XP. The dlls the package have are slightly older than the dll's on the clients machine - will this screw up clients machine if yes then can we(as developers) Auto-stop the installation of old dlls by checking new dlls on the client machine automatically?

2) is this possible to create a VB code - that runs as a scheduler on clients machine to perform a task (ie run another exe installed on the machine) and upload files after the task is performed to remote server?

Thx in advance - :)


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