Re: CHtmlView w/ActiveX on Vista - Strange Behavior
"DFB" <DFB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
It looks like there is something going with the VB6 runtime (the ActiveX
control is built using VB6). If, after I've installed the application on
Vista, I open a command line prompt as administrator, and run regsrv32 on
mscomctl.ocx, the application works just fine, without having to run the
application once as administrator.
What I now notice from the ProcMon log was that when I ran the application
once as administrator, it appears that the application is registering the
mscomctl.ocx registry entries on the fly. I don't know why it would do
unless it is some sort of magic being performed for compatibility reasons.
I guess I'll go ask this in the VB forums.
It would seem reasonable that the VB Runtime knows your control uses
mscomctl.ocx and therefore insures it is registered when your control is
Could you register mscomctl.ocx in your Install app?
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