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Registering an OCX on a windows 2003 server

Posted on 2004-08-11
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Last Modified: 2011-09-20
How do Iregister the CSCMD.ocx on a windows server 2003

The install of an application fails when it comes to regestering the ocx.

I have also tried to use the regsvr32 command and it still has an error.

UNABLE to register OCX 0x80040200
Question by:MarkBennie

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BigC666 earned 200 total points
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try this
Isolate which registry branches are causing the problem. This can be done with regmon.exe from Sysinternals
Open regmon.exe
Go to Options -> Filter/Highlight. Remove the '*' and replace it with 'regsvr32.exe'.
Go to Edit -> Clear Display
From the command line or Start -> Run, use regsvr32.exe to register the dll. The regmon window will be populated with all of the registry entries that regsvr32 is performing, including any that fail. Operations that fail to open/modify registry branches will show "ACCDENIED" in the regmon "Result" column.
Go back to regmon and File -> Save.

hope that this helps

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