It was solved:
1. Locate the configuration scripts for your operating system. The scripts are located in the bin directory.
2. Execute the appropriate scripts or set properties for your operating system:
On Linux* and Mac OS* X operating systems, from the bin directory, source the tbbvars.[c]sh script. These scripts modify the paths held by the LD_LIBRARY_PATH, DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH (Mac OS* X), and CPATH variables, and affect only your current shell.
On Windows* operating systems, modify your Visual Studio project build configurations (debug, release) properties as follows:
General: add an additional include directory:
General: add an additional library directory (shown for Visual Studio 2005 32-bit library):
Input: add an additional dependency
tbb_debug.lib or tbb.lib