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still running into "mscomm has no design time license" error

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I am trying to convert some old programs from VB6 to VB .NET, I have downloaded the Vb6cli.exe program from Microsoft's Web site (KB article Q194751). This program should take care of the design time license issues. But after running this program, moving the mscomm32.ocx file to my new system and registering it, I still get the same errors as before. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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