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You can use Regsvr32 to register dll's and ocx'es, but what about tlb's, oca's and olb's?

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by:AndrewDev
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Clireg32 is used on the client to register tlbs.
The split is between client and server.
Use Regsvr32 to register server componants. (eg. exe, dll)
and clireg32 for client componants (eg tlb)

Hope this helps
Andrew
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by:kristofer
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where do I get clireg32?
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by:AndrewDev
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Its in VB/Clisvr on the VB installation disk. I suppose this may be enterprise only. All my installations are Enterprise so I can't check.

Hope this helps
Andrew
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by:AndrewDev
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These article explains how to use clireg32. The second one explains how to get round a specific problem

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q194/6/36.ASP

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q185/1/93.ASP
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by:kristofer
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yup, doesn't seem to be there in the professoinal edition =(.

I guess it would be illegal for you to send it... =(

hmmm... no other ways huh?
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I was tempted to offer to send it but the legality issue had already crossed my mind so I didn't. I also tried searching MSDN, several articles including those above but no download.

The DCOM functionality for which this is needed is a feature of the enterprise edition

Sorry :0(
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by:kristofer
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thanks for your help anyways.
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