Updating vc runtimes
The only problem I see is that the x86 and 64 version of the dll has the same file name so you can't just put both of them in the cmder root. I actually had to remove a bunch of different vcc redist and visual studio versions that had built up over time where I had to install them to get node, python, and various other things working.
Then recently had issues where all these different versions were causing issues so had to remove all and install 2013 version.
These packages are often installed independently of applications, allowing multiple applications to make use of the package while only having to install it once.
These Visual C redistributable and runtime packages are mostly installed for standard libraries that many applications use.
With the June 2016 release of Adobe® Creative Cloud® the applications have migrated to using Visual C ® 2015 runtimes from Microsoft®.
[19E0][2015-06-18T]e000: Error 0x80240017: Failed to configure per-machine MSU package. NET libraries, all the C objects for x86 and x64, up to 2013 anyways....Other dlls have been included with cmder to make it work without needing to install anything else so hopefully this dll will be included.This happened to me on a new installed Win 8.1 Pro. reboot your machine reinstalled the Visual C 2015 CMDER works perfectly now.[19E0][2015-06-18T]i319: Applied execute package: Windows81_x64, result: 0x80240017, restart: None [19E0][2015-06-18T]e000: Error 0x80240017: Failed to execute MSU package. This really needs that one DLL, it doesn't even come bundled with WIn10 x64.[2015-06-18T]i372: Session end, registration key: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Uninstall\, resume: ARP, restart: None, disable resume: No [2015-06-18T]i371: Updating session, registration key: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Uninstall\, resume: ARP, restart initiated: No, disable resume: No [19E0][2015-06-18T]i399: Apply complete, result: 0x80240017, restart: None, ba requested restart: No Same issue for me. Apparently I have both those things already instlalled on my win7 machine. Some people like me don't have administration permissions, that's the reason we like a portable package which doesn't need priviledges to install anything...