re asking of ddl question

I amworking in asp and vb 6.
I am trying to learn both as I go along.
I have created an active x dll and registered it.
then I will work in aps and figure out that I need to change something in the dll.
I unregister the dll
I then go into vb change the code and try and remake the dll
I get an error Permision denied thne the dll name.
What can I do to get around this. I thought unregistering it would be enough?
if I re start my machine then I can remake the dll but that is not a real practical way.
So can hopefully some one can give me a better way of doing this

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You should find that if you restart IIS, your .dll will no longer be held and you will be able to rename it.

That should save you the agony of the reboot!


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shayne23dAuthor Commented:
Should of thought of that.
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