1. With VB5 you can either create an EXE file while you are running VB, or use the separate setupwiz utility to create a .EXE file. The setupwiz way results in a smaller EXE file. Is this the only advantage? Also the setupwiz way results in the program doing something with the registry when your client installs the program. What is this all about?
2. When a program is put on the servers hard disk and then run from a shortcut from another terminal I'm a bit unsure of exactly what happens. Is the program loaded into the terminals RAM, or the Server's RAM? It seems the default place the program put's the files is on the server's hard disk (which is fine). Does this mean the program is in the servers RAM?