Note For Visual Studio 6.0 and earlier, the ATL runtime is contained in ATL.dll. If you use Visual Studio 6.0 or earlier, use ATL.dll instead of the later Visual Studio .NET version.
Note The following steps apply only to Visual Studio 6.0 and earlier. Visual Studio .NET does not have a MinDependency build target.
As an alternative, do not use ATL.dll. When you rebuild your ATL server with a build target of ReleaseMinDependency, the code in ATL.dll is statically linked to your project.
Even for a 'Release MinDependency' ATL.dll may need to be shipped.
For additional information, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Location of ATL.DLL in the Visual C++ 5.0 CD:OS\SYSTEM (UNICODE version)
OS\SYSTEM\ANSI (ANSI version)
Location of ATL.DLL in the Visual C++ 6.0 CD:DevStudio\VC\Redist (UNICODE version)
DevStudio\VC\Redist\Ansi (ANSI version)
Location of ATL70.DLL in the Visual C++ .NET CD:Win\System (UNICODE version)
Win\System\ansi (ANSI version)
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Article ID: 201191 - Last Review: Apr 28, 2005 - Revision: 1