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AxtiveX ExE

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assume that i would like to make a activex EXE as a business object reside in remote server, how can i move my activeX EXE to remote server ? is it must store in system/system32 directory on remote server. then how to config the client machine ? PLEASE ANSWER WITH DETAIL. ANY HELP WILL BE APPROACIATE.
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U will require to go through a bit of documentation for this.U
have to install u'r EXE at u'r server or register it there through
remote automation product and allow rights to the clients.
On u'r clients side also register it through the same and check them in
in the references.U will have to  unregister and register every time
u update the exe
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for the server, which service should be choose ? local or remote ? then i just register with remote automation at server and register client with remote automation too ?
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Set is as local at server and also register it at client
also.
Regards
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First register u'r exe as local at u'r server.This can be done by just
running u'r exe at the server. and check it shows local there
and the rights are given in remote automation manager.
Then register the exe at client using clireg32.exe which asks
for the ip address of the server and protocol(generally it would
be tcpip).. Also it would help if u make u'r exe binary compatible.
in that case u dont have to register and unregister at client every
time u create a new exe.After registring check in the remote automation manager at client side.
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First register u'r exe as local at u'r server.This can be done by just
running u'r exe at the server. and check it shows local there
and the rights are given in remote automation manager.
Then register the exe at client using clireg32.exe which asks
for the ip address of the server and protocol(generally it would
be tcpip).. Also it would help if u make u'r exe binary compatible.
in that case u dont have to register and unregister at client every
time u create a new exe.After registring check in the remote automation manager at client side.
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