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DirectSetup Custom Install EULA Requirements

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Hello All, I am having trouble pin pointing the exact when it is required to display the DirectX End User EULA when using the DirectSetup library to install the directx 9.0c dlls. I will be requiring 9.0c to be previously installed and will be only installing the required dlls for my application. I cannot seem to find the truth behind whether or not I have to display the EULA for this process. Their DXInstall example does not even show a EULA. This page: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb174600.aspx which describes the process of using DirectSetup to install DirectX components does not explicitly state that you must show a EULA. It says follow the license agreements for redistributable code which only states this: DirectX Software Development Kit Redistributable Code ------------------------------------------------------------- Redistributable Code is identified as all of the files in the following "Redist" directory on the DirectX SDK CD/Download: redist/ The following files in the above directory must be included in any distribution of the DirectX Runtime. DSetup32.dll DSetup.dll DXSetup.exe DXupdate.cab dxdllreg_x86.cab Can someone confirm this for me please? Thanks in advance.

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If you follow the conventions of the DXInstall sample, you should be ok. To be honest, I doubt that anyone is gonna get worked up about you not showing a EULA (if there is even one to begin with).

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