How to verify a DLL is registred and what version

Posted on 2006-05-05
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
How to verify a DLL is really registred, from what directory, what version, ...
Question by:Danny_Larouche
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    Right-click My Computer
    Manage>System Information>Software Environment>Loaded Modules

    It should be all there.
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    In XP, from the Run box:


    That'll bring up System Information.

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    thank you
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    Even though the CDO.DLL has been registred, this module does not appear in the  loaded modules list.  But Mapi32 is loaded twice (in c:\winnt\system32 and  d:\exchsrvr\bin).  Is it normal for CDO to not be in the list?
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    Mapi can be loaded multiple times - it depends on how many processes are using it.  Sounds like the Windows service and the Exchange service both have it loaded.

    Not sure about CDO.DLL, it seems it needs to be copied and loaded manually anyway so it may not show.


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