How to Get list of registered COM/DLL in the system

Posted on 2006-05-25
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
we all know how to add an dll to the system by using "regsvr32 Dll_name" in the dos command.

To remove it, use -u  switch.

Any one know how to get the list of DLL?  what are the command to use?  Ideally is from the dos command.

is something like  regsvr32 -list      exist?



Question by:mshox1
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    Start|Run msinfo32
    In msinfo, browse to System Summary|Software Environment|Loaded Modules
    In there should be a list of all the register dlls.

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