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Can't see registered dll in DCOM

Can't see registered dll in DCOM

Can't see registered dll in DCOM


I have a small problem.

I have an application server (WIN2k3) which hosts a test.dll. Now I have registered test.dll using the command regsvr32 to be able to use it. I wrote a small script to test the functionality of the dll on the application server. It seems to be running smoothly. Then I have a client server (WIN2k) which is supposed to use test.dll which I registered on the application server. I know I have to set the permissions for test.dll on the application server but the components don't show in Components Services, under DCOM (DCOMCNFG). I have checked the registry to see if they have been registered and they are definately there and working.

On the client server I have also registered test.dll and I can see the components when using the command, DCOMCNFG.

Does anybody know how I can view the components on the application server? OR how I can change the permissions of the dll components without viewing them in DCOMCNFG?

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