|It is possible in most cases. An example is how linux users copy programs like Adobe CS to linux. They copy the program data and supporting files and they copy the registry entries.|
It is not a newbie project but can be done. Might help us to know the program. Some odd programs put files locked to a sector of the drive to prevent this like Exceed.
If you need to get very advanced you'd have to create a NIS installer to re-install it if you want it to be automatically.
It can in some cases also be moved using NTbackup which is what the linux users do, copy app and data and dll;s and registry entries.
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Les Paul (1915-2009)