How To Register Dlls In Windows 2008
I have found similar issue while registering my activeX (OCX) into windows server 2008 R2.To solve this i used tool.There is some dependance problem with my ocx so I am getting "The module temp12.dll failed to load. Make sure the binary is stored at the specified path or debut it to check for problems with the binary or dependent .DLL files. The specified module could not be found" error message.When you try to registered your OCX with this tool it will prompt message if the ocx is having dependency or you will get success message.I got message for mfc70.dll and msvcr70.dll dependency.so i paste these dll into system32 folder of C:\windows and its done.After that I register my ocx sucessfully.I used 32 bit version of chestysoft tool (dllregsvr.exe) on windows server 2008 R2 64bit machine.
how to register dlls in windows 2008
There is a SSIS package that will be running on a Windows Server 2008 R2 database server. It refers to couple of .Net 4.0 dlls. We are having trouble in registering those dlls into GAC on the Database server.
2. GACUTIL is not present on the Window server 2008. However tried copying GACUTIL.exe and it's .config to the server and tried to install the 4.0 dlls. It threw error message can't use GACUTIL for new version of dll beyond 3.5.
Many of us are facing issue with Windows Server 2008 Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) failure while backing up. The batch file will re-register the VSS DLLs, you need to reboot the server after running the script. (Applicable ONLY for Windows Server 2008 and 2008R2)
As per Microsoft KB Important This article is not for use with Windows Vista, with Windows Server 2008, or with later Windows operating systems. Starting with Windows Vista and with Windows Server 2008, Windows component installation is manifest-based. Trying to manually register specific components, as described in the following steps, can have unexpected results that may require you to reinstall Windows to resolve.
During the SAS installation process, you might find that the SASComb.dll or other SAS DLL files have failed to register.The problem occurs if any of the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005, 2008, or 2010 Redistributable 32-bit or 64-bit components are corrupted. The issue becomes apparent when the SAS Deployment Wizard runs.
Running Vista and WS2008 both 64 bit. Whatever the order of registration, I only see a single DLL loaded.I will now try to call an out-proc server (surrogate proc) and see whether the marshaler is loading the typelib from the last registered DLL.Willy.
Did some more tests (in-proc, out-proc, COM+ etc) but I can't see any 64-bit dll's getting loaded in a 32-proc.Also, the typelib's are registered, for each 32 and 64 bit, under the same key (the typelib UUID).After registering a 32-bit DLL I see this :HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\D1326A09-C866-4D09-8980-A400FA581D74\1.0\0\win32with a REG_SZ that looks like: E:\Develop\netfx\Interop\atlmt\ASimpleCom\SimpleCom\Release\simplecom.dllAfter registering the 64-bit version on the same component (same GUID's), I have a second key under the typelib key.HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\D1326A09-C866-4D09-8980-A400FA581D74\1.0\0\win64with a REG_SZ that looks like: E:\Develop\netfx\Interop\atlmt\ASimpleCom\SimpleCom\x64\Release\simplecom.dllthat means that both win32 and a win64 typelib's are getting registered, each containing the path of the COM server DLL.This under Vista-64 and WS2008, don't know if this differs from 64-bit XP.Willy.
No at all, VS2008 has nothing to do with this, actually I don't even use VS2008 for this, I register the component using regsvr32.exe from the command line and it's regsvr32 which add this subkey.The version of regsvr32 on Vista-64 (SP1) and WS2008 differs from the W2K3 and XP version, so does COM itself (ole32.dll).
> No at all, VS2008 has nothing to do with this, actually I don't even use > VS2008 for this, I register the component using regsvr32.exe from the > command line and it's regsvr32 which add this subkey.> The version of regsvr32 on Vista-64 (SP1) and WS2008 differs from the W2K3 > and XP version, so does COM itself (ole32.dll).
Sorry, I have misread your previous post (I read "VS2008 = Visual Studio 2008" instead of "WS2008 = Windows Server 2008")Nevertheless, the win64 subkey comes from somewhere. In our COM server (i.e. in the DllRegisterServer() function) we use the ATL infrastructure to register our coclasses (via the ATL Registrar Component + .rgs files) and the associated typelib (_Module.RegisterServer( TRUE )).So maybe the difference is inside the ATL library?
In the course of upgrading from IIS 6 to IIS 7 and Windows Server 2008 I was reluctant to bring with meall the legacy DLLs our code uses. For instance, we had several references to the CDONTS object in our ASPcode. Unfortunately, CDONTS is not included on the new version of Windows Server. While several optionsto replace it are readily available, none of them would allow me the pleasure of writing this tutorial.(If you're interested in an explanation of the EmailServe object that I'm registering with COM see theappendix of this article here.) This tutorial is a guide to registering a .NET DLL with COM so that you canaccess it from ordinary ASP code.
i am getting a error that DLLRegistryServer entry point was not found when i tried to registerusing the following command regsvr32 inpout32.dll on windows xp .please suggest what to do now also mail the suggestion to [email protected]
i am getting a error that DLLRegistryServer entry point was not found when i tried to registerusing the following command regsvr32 isdone.dll on windows 8 64bit.when install gta iv .please suggest what to do now also mail the suggestion to [email protected]