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Visual Studio 2010 & Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package

Guest Ruafo

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Okay, I am feeling a little dense here. I've been doing this for years, but can't seem to get this right.

For years I've been using Visual Studio 2008 and finally upgraded to 2010.

I have installed the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86) so I can run my core on my Windows 2003 Server.

My problem is, I can't figure out where the heck the VC++ Directories are modified. Are they added by default? or do I need to change them?

When I go where I used to (Tools > Options > VC++ Directories) under projects and Solutions... I get:

VC++ Directories are now available as a user property sheet that is added by default to all projects.

Ok, I sort of get that. So I right clicked on "ACE_Wrappers" (for example) and chose "Properties" Then I go to VC++ Directories and I have the option to add them there.

Okay: So HERE is my question:

I have to do that for EVERY project? Isn't there a way to do that globally like I did before?

Please, tell me if I'm being dense here. :)

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As far as I know you no longer have to do that.

Really? Because the SDK directories weren't there when I went to that location on the property pages. But I was able to add them... on a per project basis. But just not on solution wide basis.

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