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HOW TO RELAX SECURITY ON WINDOWS 2003 SERVER TO REGISTER A FILE.

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Hi, we are trying to install an application on a Windows 2003 Server. We do have a problem with registering an active x control (cstext32.ocx from company Crescent). Manually registering will not work. Error failed to register comes up.
Ho can I relax some of the security policies in windows 2003 Server to get the file registered?
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It had nothing to to with security settings. The file was just not compatible with Windows 2003 Server.
Version 4.53 is available at http://www.Sax.net
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