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I wrote an application that use Dao data objects to access
an mdb MS Access file. The program executes perfectly on the machine that I use to develop it, but as soon as I try to run it in another machine I get:
"Unable to Initialize Dao/Jet Engine"

I know it has something to do with the dlls not registered. I used regsvr32 to register the dlls "DAO350.dll, msjet35.dll vbajet32.dll and it works. But I need to do this for every computer in which I install my software. Also the registration seems to take place for the user that ran the regsvr32 utility only, even worse it works only for that user and only on the machine that he ran it. Is there a more "elegant"  way to do this.Can you register the dll for all the users?  Does MSVC++ 5.0 has an utility that will do it?
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