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Windows registered DLLs

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Hi,

My question may not belong to the right newsgroup but I don't find any
specific for that query...

Is there a way to list all registered DLLs in current windows 2000
installation.

My VB application is using a DLL and I don't want another appl. to use
the same DLL.

So I need to know which DLL is registered and where.

Thanks you .
Marty
Nov 21 '05 #1
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It can be a bit time-consuming but you must iterate the registry entries
under HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID. For each registry entry {GUID} the
InProcServer32 subkey contains the registered DLL.

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"Marty" <xm******@hotmail.com> escribió en el mensaje
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Hi,

My question may not belong to the right newsgroup but I don't find any
specific for that query...

Is there a way to list all registered DLLs in current windows 2000
installation.

My VB application is using a DLL and I don't want another appl. to use the
same DLL.

So I need to know which DLL is registered and where.

Thanks you .
Marty

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Thanks Carlos,

finally I found a little program that give me a view of current used
DLLs for a specific process, that will do the thing,
(http://www.windll.com/modules.php?na...=article&sid=8)

Have a nice day.
Marty

Carlos J. Quintero [.NET MVP] wrote:
It can be a bit time-consuming but you must iterate the registry entries
under HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID. For each registry entry {GUID} the
InProcServer32 subkey contains the registered DLL.

Nov 21 '05 #3

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