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MsWinsck.ocx registration in Access project

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Hi, i need to import the ActiveX MSWINCK.OCX in Access.
I've placed the MSWINSCK.OCX in the \WINT\SYSTEM32 and then i've registered it from the ActiveX menu in Access.
Then i try to include the ActiveX in a Form but Access answer that I've not the Licence to use it.
WHY?
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Question by:Alexius71
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by:OHDev2004
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check if you've opened the database as the administrator
if not then check security permissions and users from menu
Tools - Security - User and Group Permission

OHDev
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by:Alexius71
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I'm opening database as the administrator and howewer the permissions from menu tools-sec.... are checked
A bit more:

Yesterday Access and 'winsock including' works well, today i have reinstalled Win2000 and formatted all the previous system, i have reinstalled Office and now i have this problem.

Can this information be usefull for you?

Thanks in advance.
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by:OHDev2004
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:) maybe ,,,

# look is there already a winsock control included in a form or something ?
if so remove it ,, then register the activex then add it again

# why do you try to import and register the OCX file ,, while it's by default
registered ?? ,, are you trying to register another version of it , if not why dont you try to use the existing one
installed by the OS ??
hope this wasnt stupid enough :) lol
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OHDev2004 earned 100 total points
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look ,, try this also ,,
from Start - Run :
regsvr32.exe C:\WINT\SYSTEM32\MSWINCK.OCX
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by:Alexius71
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Yes, There are other forms with This ActiveX already included...
I haven't find in the OS the mswinsock .ocx so i've decided ti import another, maybe that in win2000 the winsock is not named as MSWINSCK.OCX ???  Or maybe is it in a different directory?

However the problems with registration are for many  ActiveX in my system that i try to import in Access, the system ansewe me that i must contact the ActiveX producer... but i don't think that the winsocks are copyrighted so strong!!!
Bye and thanks in advance
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