Some programs require you to have both files for it to work successfully.
We have put both dll files inside one zip archive, simply extract them and follow the above guidelines to install them.
So if DLL files are searched for, this little guy will give you the details about it.
So open up a Visual Studio Command Prompt and type fuslogvw and hit enter.
Now you are able to run Wampserver on Windows 10 without problems.
For that, you can use the automatic deployment feature of Ax when adding projects to the AOT. You can find lots of information on this post made by Joris De Gruyter: there is also information to be found here: short you have the following options to deploy your DLL files: So let’s look back at the initial problem that I was facing.
Dynamics AX threw up an error mentioning that it could not find the DLL file it needed.
If you want to avoid this behaviour and install under an unprivileged account just for your own usage, run it is not as full-featured as those packages.
The basic reason for not having a more full-featured package manager is that such a program would need full access to all of Cygwin's POSIX functionality.