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HOWTO: Install Visual C++ for Multiple Users on One Machine

Article ID: Q101482

The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Visual C++ 32-bit Edition, versions 1.0, 2.0, 4.0, 5.0

SUMMARY

To install Visual C++ 32-bit Edition, version 1.0, so more than one person can use the software on a machine, perform the following two steps:

1. Run Setup to install Visual C++ for the first user.

2. Run Setup with the /F option to install Visual C++ for the second

   and subsequent users. You must specify the same options used in the
   original installation (including the destination directory,
   selected optional files, and so on).

To install Visual C++ 32-bit Edition, version 2.0, 4.0, or 5.0 so more than one person can use the software on a machine, perform the following two steps: 1. Run Setup to install Visual C++ for the first user.

2. Run VCSetup with the /F option to install Visual C++ for the second

   and subsequent users. You must specify the same options used in the
   original installation (including the destination directory,
   selected optional files, and so on). For versions 4.0 and 5.0, run
   setup from the MSDEV and DEVSTUDIO directory respectively.

MORE INFORMATION

The Visual C++ 32-bit Edition Setup program creates a personal program group for the current user and registers environment variables for the current user.

Setup /F (or vcsetup /f under Visual C++, version 2.0, 4.0, or 5.0) does not copy any files in the installation process because the files have already been copied to the machine. Setup /F creates the program group and registers the environment variables for the additional user. You must have administrative privileges to run Visual C++ setup.

Keywords          : kbsetup vc10setup vc20setup vc40setup 
Version           : WINNT:1.0,2.0,4.0,5.0;
Platform          : NT WINDOWS

Last Reviewed: December 24, 1997
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