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Note 5 : To register or unregister a file not in the Windows system folder using the Windows Run command, you must enter the full path to the file enclosed by"tion marks after the Regsvr32 or Regsvr32 /u command.Example:, How to register the RE7Outlook.If UAC doesn't give you the opportunity to run the batch file as an Administrator, you may need to manually elevate privileges (instructions are for Windows 7 Right-click on the batch file; Select Create shortcut; Right-click on the shortcut; Select Properties; Click the Compatibility tab;.Dll and press enter; to register the Microsoft " ScrRun.Exe and select "Run as administrator".Warning : Before making any registry changes, Microsoft highly recommends that you make a backup of your registry (see related article below).Watch for error messages.Dll and press enter; to register the CTI Announcement.To go to CTI's menu of Instructions to Fix Errors, click here.A message should appear indicating that the registration succeeded.
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Dll if using a 64-bit operating system, then the command would be: C:WindowsSysWOW64regsvr32 "C:Program Files (x86)BlackbaudThe Raisers Edge 7dllre7Outlook.
Ensure that you type the correct drive letter and the correct folder (Program Files or Program Files (x86) in the path.You will see the command prompt window open with the wording "Administrator: Command Prompt" at the top of the Window.A message indicating " DllRegisterServer.Local Administrator to register files.See format used in examples.Unless you ran the wrong batch file, in which case you will probably want to delete the copy made to the wrong system folder (.C:WindowsSystem32 or, c:WindowsSysWOW64 ) by previous passes-they will be overwritten every time you run the batch file.At the command prompt, enter: regsvr32 "path TO THE DLL file".Then re-register the file by running cd WindowsSysWOW64 Regsvr32 Filename.
Dll that was located in the c:windowssystem32 directory, you would type in regsvr32 c:windowssystem32myfile.
C:WindowsSystem32 or, c:WindowsSysWOW64) before running the proper batch file,.or.