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Microsoft KB Archive/168769

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Article ID: 168769

Article Last Modified on 10/27/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Systems Management Server 1.2 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Systems Management Server 1.0 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q168769

SUMMARY

When you use the Systems Management Server Installer to deploy certain applications, it may be necessary to register services, applications, or OCX controls in the Windows NT or Windows 95 operating system. You can do this with actions in the Script Editor. This article provides some examples of how to do this.

MORE INFORMATION

Registering OLE Server Applications

In the Execute Program action item in the Script Editor, enter in the following fields:

   EXE PATH: %MAINDIR%\yourappname.exe
   COMMAND LINE: /REGSERVER
                

Registering a Third-Party OCX

The easiest way to do this is to use the Self Register OCXs/DLLs action item in the Script Editor to have Microsoft Systems Management Server Installer register these files automatically. Another option is to manually include Regsvrocx.exe with your installation, and use the Execute Program action item in the Script Editor. Use the following example as a model for your own installation:

   EXE PATH: %TEMP%\regsvrocx.exe
   COMMAND LINE: %SYS%\example.ocx
                

Registering a Third-Party Application

In the Execute Program action item in the Script Editor, use the following lines as a model for your own installation:

   EXE PATH: %MAINDIR%\MYAPP.EXE
   COMMAND LINE: /REGSERVER
                

Registring a third-Party Service

You can register services with the Create Service action item in the Script Editor.


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