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How to assign a custom made ActiveX to IE ??

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Hi Experts,

I have a custom made ActiveX control for the IE for running some intranet kind a thing.
After I installing the related ActiveX DLLs and OCXs files to the client machine I have made the web server as a trusted sites in the client machines too.

But in the client IE browser, It's always asking to run this ActiveX, since my custom made ActiveX is not seems to be "Assign" to the system. So I happened to allow to run un-assing activeX in the browser setting in the trusted sites.

Please explain me how do I "assing" my custom made activeX in to the system.

Thanks a lot !  
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