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> > It seems nobody has yet been able to explain what would get broken if a > > cvsnt installation that copied DLLs to its installation directory actually > > uses those DLLs. > > Windows doesn't handle multiple versions of libraries on a system very well - > if you have any application up that has loaded one version it'll often use > that one in preference to loading the correct version, and basically all goes > pear shaped. If you're lucky it'll just crash. I didn't follow the discussion _much_ closely, so forgive if I'm BSing, but IMHO the question is: why does the cvsnt running as _client_ need to to follow the registry setting instead of just using the local DLLs? -Flávio