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Posted on 2001-08-22
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Is there someway to register a control without having the dialog box pop up?  I know I can shell and use regsvr32 to register the control, but I don't want the dialog box to pop up.
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you can use regsvr32 with /s option.
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you can use regsvr32 with /s option.
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Give the points to rkot2000

regsvr32 /s dllname.dll
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Duh, I can't believe I didn't look for that.  Thanks for the quick response.
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