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Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 21, 1999
Hello James,

     I think you can try the "ActiveX Manager" Shareware program to do
it.

     ActiveX Manager provides a simple yet slick user interface that
enables
            users to view registered controls, remove misbehaving controls,
register new                                          controls, and more.

     Find out this Shareware program you can go to
http://www.download.com
     and search it.

     good luck!

Best Regards,
Eric Lee

SIEMENS Telecomunication
http://www.siemens.com.tw

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> H:      James Atkin[SMTP:James.Atkin@wireless.comdev.ca]
> Ç°e:      1999~721 PM 09:07
> :      hpvxd_xc@hpislsup.lvld.hp.com
> D:      vrf - More on ActiveX Control Registration
>
> Hi all,
>
> Further to my previous EMail regarding the Registration of ActiveX
> Controls, I have posted the following message to a Microsoft Newsgroup
> ... waiting for an answer ...
>
> I am using Hewlett Packard's HP Vee Development Software (for Test and
> Measurement Purposes). Their software allows the use of ActiveX controls,
> and in my case, specifically the Common Dialog and Rich Text Box (from VS6
> with SP3) - Running Under Windows 95.
>
> Vee does not fully support ActiveX controls which need to be Registered (I
> think this is the case), so somehow, all the machines running the Vee
> software need to have these two controls installed and registered (I
> assume in the Registry)
>
> I have tried several methods to Register ActiveX components on our target
> machines with varying success.
>
> The only method I have got to work flawlessly so far is to install Visual
> Studio with Custom install - Select ONLY the ActiveX components (i.e. No
> programming languages, development tools etc)
>
> How does this stand with regards to for Visual Studio Licensing ?
>
> I have none of the actual package installed, and I am using only the
> freely distributable OCX files ? 
>
> We use Novell Application Launcher to produce 'Patch' files for stations.
> This patch method eliminates the need to use the Visual Studio Setup
> program, and will simply update the registry and Add/Delete files as
> specified in the 'changes'.
>
> The only files which will be installed are the 'differences' were between
> 'Before' and 'After' The ActiveX Components have been installed.
>
> Anyone have any comments on this, or advice as to whom to contact
> regarding Licensing Issues ?
>
> If this is a licensing issue, is the ActiveX components module available
> as a single unlicensed setup program ?
>
> Thanks for any advice,
>
> James
>
> (James.Atkin@Wireless.comdev.ca)
>

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