We want to make sure that our apps will run on a clean, out-of-the-box netbook and have set up VM's to represent these. One thing we've discovered is that we need to bundle MSVCRT redist with our installer to make sure it's on the netbook (it's not an out-of-the-box netbook). However, once we integrate the SDK, then we need the app store tools installed on the environment to test the integration. These appear to only be available by installing the entire SDK which depends on MSVCRT. Ideally I'd like to be able to do the following for our tests: * Install new Windows XP (SP2 or 3, Vista, or 7) * Install the app store simulator * Install our app Is it possible to have an app store test tool that doesn't require the entire SDK to be installed? Can we depend on the app store client installing MSVCRT and if so, which version? Thanks, Jeremy Wadsack GrandeMocha, LLC
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