Did you ever see the error message "LNK1104: cannot open file 'c:\Program.obj'"? No need to say that you are not that kind of a programmer who generates OBJ files in the root of disk C:... So, what's up and how to fix that?

Either use short 8.3 path in additional dependencies, or put the long path into "Linker | General | Additional Library Directories" and simply the name of the library without path into Additional Dependencies.

I realize that getting such a message is a sort of shock (I've got it today myself and still feel it :-)), here is the secret: "C:\Program.obj" is the long path like "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2\Lib" cut after the first space and appended with the default extension ".obj".