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apps fails with unregistered dlls

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We have an application running on a win2k3 box.  Once in a while, this apps gives error and we need to re-register some dlls for it wo work again.

Is there a tool/way to find out why the dlls were unregistered?  Or a permanent fix?

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Larry Struckmeyer MVP earned 500 total points
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Start by contacting the support department for the application.  I find this to be the most straight forward way.
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