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IE4, wininet.dll dependencies?

Posted on 1997-09-09
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What files are needed to register wininet.dll for
IE4, pr2?  I am trying to install using vb5 setup
wizard for use with the browser control, and I cannot
get shdocvw.dll to register.  I have found that
shdocvw depends on wininet, but cannot find the
wininet dependencies.  Any suggestions?
wininet.dll,
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shdocvw.dll will not register by itself through the setup wizard or with regsvr.exe.  This file has to be installed through a full installation of whichever IE you are using.  Once you install ie on your target machine, then your custom browser app will install and run without a hitch.
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