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Windows 7: Why my DCOM components are not registrable on Win 7 x64?

28 Jun 2012   #1

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Why my DCOM components are not registrable on Win 7 x64?

Hi.

I have a software written in Borland Delphi 5. This is a set of DCOM objects which are working fine on Windows 2000/2003/XP.

The problem is - I cannot make it working on Windows 7. :-(

So, as usual I did run a "MyTool.exe -regserver" command to register automation objects in system. But after I start "dcomcnfg" console I cannot find any references to my DCOM/automation objects there. Which means - I cannot control permissions for my DCOM/automation objects and as result - software does not work on Win 7. :-\

What was changed in Windows 7 (x64) so the usual DCOM registration way does not work anymore?

How to fix or workaround it?

Regards,
Dmitry.


PS. In registry I could see all required branches were created for my DCOM/automation components. But the BIG QUESTION - why Windows 7 is still not displaying it in the DCOMCNFG tool?

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