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Problem with registering scripts

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   I am using BizTalk, and I have made several Windows Script components (*.wsc files) for it. After I have registered them using regsvr32.exe they work fine. If I edit the script, then re-register it.
    The old script is the one that is running on the edited version. How do I clear the old script from memory and load the new one in?

    Note: If I restart windows, then the new script is now in memory. But obviously I don't want to restart windows everytime I modify a script.
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How about unregistering the old and registering the new ?

Check the options in regsvr32.


I hope this helps !

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Thats what I already do.
It still doesn't seem to fix it.
I have to admit, that I unregister it with the new one, then register the new one since I've just overwritten the old one with the modifed one.
However, I thought it should have no effect since the classid is the same in both files.
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