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Windows 7 and Registering DLLs

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We use a number of Inhouse programs and from time to time, the developers will update the program's DLLs.  This necessitates that the DLLs need to be re registered, but under Windows 7 it seems only the Administrator account can do this.  The developers do not know the password for this account, so they cannot run the updates as them.  Since the regsvr command fails, the application ceases to work.

I need a way to have a normal domain user register a DLL.  Is there a policy somewhere I can modify to make this possible?

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