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what is the best way to call a C dll from Windows Server 2008?

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Can I call it from a cmd or bat job?
Or do I have to use a scripting language like Perl or VBS?
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You can call a router within a .dll file by using rundll32.exe.
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I've got great typing today. router = routine.
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Is it possible to get a simple example?
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Example: rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /?

This calls the function or routine PrintUIEntry within the printui.dll. Anything afterward would be passed as parameters or options to the routine.
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