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registering an ocx component with a target system

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5/18/98 I was looking for information on an ocx mask edit box; However when I ported the code to the target machine it wouldn't work.  It worked fine on each of the development machines but failed on all production equipment we loaded.  We have finally narrowed it down to MSMask.ocx and some ole files that were not on the target system.  Once these files where moved it still didn't work.  It is my guess that they need to be registered with the operating system.  This is where I am lost.  Does anyone know the complete process for porting a MSMask to a target machine?
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If registration is the issue, look at REGSVR32.EXE.
To register an OCX use it like so:
REGSVR32 MSMask.ocx
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