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Hi,
I have a dotnet application with windows media player in it, I'm deploying it with clickonce.
When I install it on a remote computer it gives me a com class not registered, although it works on my local machine

I have tried to set the dll to isolated, any ideas
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I havent had much luck redistrubuting wmp in my apps. What I did was late-binding the media player in my application. The if it dosent exists on the client I prompt the user to install it.
This link might offer some help
http://www.codeproject.com/script/Forums/View.aspx?fid=1649&msg=602913 
 
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