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ActiveX Exe - Dcomcnfg Won't Allow "Run App on This Computer"

Posted on 2004-10-13
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When I run DcomCnfg for an ActiveX exe I wrote it won't allow me to choose "Run application on this computer" under dcomcnfg properties for one of my classes.

I have 2 exposed classes. One it allows me to select that option, but the other it is greyed out and won't let me select it.
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Most likely your registry on that class is corrupted. Just unregserver  your exe and bring up the regedit.exe. Looks for your progid that doesn't work. Find them and delete them
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