Windows 2012 R2 Regsrv32 error

Not able to run "regsrv32" from a Administrative Command prompt.   The error I'm receiving is "regsrv32 is not recogniozed as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file".

Please note: Troubleshooting Steps taken so far is
OS: Windows 2012 R2
Permission Level: Enterprise Admin


Visit the Environmental Variable
Select the System Variable>Path>"Made sure that the %Systemroot%\System32;%Systemroot%  is inserted correctly without any syntax errors by exporting to a notepad.

Made sure the Regsrv32 file was listed inside of the System32 directory.

Tried to use other command from the command prompt like net commands which worked fine.
JCJohnson76Asked:
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Iamthecreator OMIT Admin/EE Solution GuideCommented:
If it is not a typo the command is REGSVR32 and not REGSRV32

Have a look at the following on how to use the command.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/249873/how-to-use-the-regsvr32-tool-and-troubleshoot-regsvr32-error-messages
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JCJohnson76Author Commented:
Issue resolved.  Sorry for wasted time. All alone it was a typo on  my part.  I was contstantly inserting "Regsrv32" instead of "Regsvr32"
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Iamthecreator OMIT Admin/EE Solution GuideCommented:
Please accept the answer and close the question.
Thanks.
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JCJohnson76Author Commented:
Issue resolved.  Sorry for wasted time. All alone it was a typo on  my part.  I was contstantly inserting "Regsrv32" instead of "Regsvr32"
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