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    Lentil Stew Guest

    Default Simple: Registering the Microsoft Components

    I&#039m having a hard time getting a straight answer through my usual channels, so I hope you all can help. <BR><BR>We are running IIS 4 and there are a few components that arent installed:<BR><BR>content rotator, pagecounter, etc<BR><BR>Content Rotator is the one I am concerned about right now, but can someone explain, or at least point me to an article that walks one through the installation of these components?<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR><BR>Len Stewart<BR><BR>

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    Default RE: Simple: Registering the Microsoft Components

    Hmmm, don&#039t know of an article, but what you need to do is obtain the proper DLL, copy it to your &#060;Windows Directory&#062;System32 directory. Drop to DOS (using cmd, if using NT, or command, if using Windows 9X), "cd" to your &#060;Windows Directory&#062;system32 and type in:<BR><BR>regsvr32 DLLName.dll<BR><BR>This will "register" the DLL, marking an entry in the computer&#039s registry. You can know reference it in your ASP pages using:<BR><BR>Set obj = Server.CreateObjetct("class Name")<BR><BR>Happy Programming!

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