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Using ActiveX FTP Component in Delphi 3

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I have used the ActiveX FTP component in a project.
It works perfectly on any computer with Delphi installed,
but when I run it elsewhere I get an EOleSys Error - 'class not registered'.
I assume the class has to be registered in the registry - how? and why doesn't Delphi Help tell me how to do it?
It just says (basically) drop it onto a form and use it!
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shoffmeister earned 100 total points
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You are right that you need to register the OCXs and DLLs of the Netmanage pack.

NIA.HLP in \WINDOWS\SYSTEM does give the exact details on how to accomplish this (see "redistribution of..." in the index).

You may also want to see http://www.netmanage.com/ for additional information.
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Thanks - why couldn't I see that topic in the help before?
Duh!
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