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Hi experts!

I just want to ask some help from you experts regarding ActiveX Document.

I already made an ActiveX Document Project in VB5 and Ive already test it using my IE4. My problem is I want to put this program into our NT WEB Server, How to do this? Can you give a step by step intruction?

thanks in advance!

marbrm
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Not much need to be done, you only have to make sure it is registered in the registry
you can do it one of the following way :

1. make an setup program with VB wizard and it will register your program automaticly
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2. Compile your exe on the server.
or
3. lauche your exe with the parametre /regserver. Ex: Start->run-> myprog.exe /regserver
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