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I have a *.ocx file. How to register this OCX by writing a batch file? I want to do this from the setup program.
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You just have to call the regsvr32.exe in that way:

regsvr32.exe /s /c MyControl.OCX

within the ActiveX Control directory.

/s is for silent
/c is for display error message in consol (other case it will appear in dialog box)

regsvr32.exe could be found in Micrsoft developement Redist directory, in any MSVC installation in the Bin dir. It could be redist freely...

May the MFC be with you!
jmmougeolle@calva.net
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Thanks a lot
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