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UnRegister an ActiveX exe object

Posted on 2001-08-14
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I've created an ActiveX exe server with VB6.
I'm trying to unregister it with:
regsvr32 /u serversystem.exe  
(in the same server directory!)
but failed.
What have I do?
Best regards,
Chris
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Unregistering an ActiveX EXE is done slightly different...

You use:

serversystem.exe /unregserver

for this...

Cheers,
Max.
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Thank you very much.
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You're welcome.. :)

Max.
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