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LJorgensen Absent Member.
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Acuthin 10.2.0 installation package

When using the Acuthin.msi package to install thin client on a windows pc, we very often have the problem that installation terminates with no error messages, but when invoiking acuthin.exe a message is displayed saying that mfc140u.dll is missing on the computer.

When installing from the original Extend 10.2.0 installation package, there is no problem. But this is not desirable when installing using remote desktop as the zipped installation package is several hundred MB.

Any suggestions?

Best regards

Lars-Bo

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DougP Outstanding Contributor.
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RE: Acuthin 10.2.0 installation package

Installing the Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable should add all missing dlls. It's available here:
www.microsoft.com/.../details.aspx
We're looking into the possibility that the standalone 10.2.0 AcuThin installer is missing a dependency.
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GeorgeK Absent Member.
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RE: Acuthin 10.2.0 installation package

OK, but the tab issue difference between Windows 7 and Windows 10 I was able to duplicate online without 10.2.0 AcuThin. ctrl-tab works like tab key in windows 10. In Windows 10, tab doesn't transfer between tabs it tabs down the screen. I wonder if it is a focus bug in Windows 10.
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