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Using ActiveX/OCX in ASP.NET

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Hi all...

Could anyone help me out?
I'm trying to use an activex control (.ocx) in asp.net.  I could add this without error in a C# windows application but i cant seem to add it to an asp.net web application.
What seems to be the prob? Are there settings i need to set?

Thanks in advance and more power to you all.
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