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URGENT: Donwloading an activeX

URGENT: Donwloading an activeX

URGENT: Donwloading an activeX

Hi everybody:
I have created an activeX and I start it from an asp file. I have done a lot of different versions and I have never any problem. But now I have the following problem:
I have created a new version and I have modified the asp file to download this new version. Always when I start the asp file the activeX tries to download. It does it well, but I continue executing the previous version, because I can't see the new changes. In the downloaded program files folder is the object, but the version obviously is the previous not the new. Well, I have deleted the object and I tried to donwload again the activeX. Now, in the downloaded program files folder is the new version but the activeX does not start and when I try to access to the asp file, it tries to donwload again the activeX.

The activeX is in the downloaded program files, but the activeX does not start and the asp file tries always to download it. Someone could help me, please?

Thanks in advance.

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