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CAB signing

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I created a cab file that contains a DLL and an .INF file. How can i
execute the cab file from the command line. I would like to execute
the cab file (which will run the .INF file) and register the DLL and
create the appropriate registry entries contained in the .INF file.

I tried using rundll32.exe my.inf but to no avail. The command line
works fine but i get no sign in the registry that the dll was
registered or the entries created.

What is the best way to run an .INF from the command line?

Nov 20 '05 #1
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