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Hi Experts,

I am using Installshield to make tha setup package.
There are two ocxs in my project. I have set a file group property to self-registerd but don't how to tell setup to send the ocxs to windows/system.
Can you help?
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I meant I have put the two ocxs into a file group and set  the group's property to self-registered.
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Hi!
Add new component to the install
"set included file groups" to your OCX group and set:
"Destination" to the "Windows operation system" or  to
"Windows operation system"\"Windows system folder"
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What version of InstallShield?
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