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Connect to SSIS Service on machine ... failed:   Error loading type library/DLL

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I'm having trouble connecting to a SSIS server locally.
MSDTC has been down (due to low disk space) and I had to reset the log file.

The mean time I had MSDTC down, I re registered the DLL MsDtsSrvrUtil.dll.
This was doe to another error that I got while trying to connect to the SSIS server. ("connect to ssis service on machine failed no such interface supported")

Now i'm getting this new error:
"Connect to SSIS Service on machine failed:   Error loading type library/DLL"

I'm running on SSIS 2005 (without SQL2005db) Do to the fact that I'm sharing the machine with a (hold your hats) SQL2000 instance.
OS: Windows 2003 standard sp2 x86
Which dll/typelib do I need to re register?

*I DO NOT WAN'T TO REINSTALL SSIS*
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Solved it by re registering the dts.dll
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