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dllregisterserver failed 0x80070005 Windows 7

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Am administrator for a windows 7 environment running as VM ware on a mac. Getting above referenced error when trying to register some crystal DLLs. KB articles indicate this is the error you get if you don't have administrator rights, but I do have administrator rights. Appreciate any guidance.
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Did you start the application (or command prompt) with the "Run as Administrator" feature?

Recall that User Account Control essentially strips an administrator account of its administrator status unless  you do a "run as"
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