Installation of VB DCOM application: setting DCOM, ODBCAD and Environment by some batch

Hello, forum.

I have an application developed in VB which uses resources like DCOM, ODBCAD32 DSN and Environment variables.
I would like to develop some sort of script that would consist of commands that would set DCOM parameters, configure DSN and set an environment variable. Any ideas ?

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gregajesihAuthor Commented:

very good answer, but not entire. I think I have a good hope for 1.) and 2.), but there is no explanation of registry keys and entris to be set for DCOM. I need to know under which AppId CLSID has the component been set (what if there are 2 instances..). I found how to set where should dcom component run. I need to be able to disable running on local computer and to add custom access and launch permissions for specific domain users.

I'll wait for your answer. Then you get 5/5, otherwise 3/5 of the portion. Hope this motivates you..

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