Over the past few weeks, some of our users have encountered a known bug in regsvr32 Windows 2003 x64. This issue occurs due to several factors. We will review them now.
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I have a real Windows 2003 Enterprise R2 Internet x64 with VSS problems. Volume Shadow Copy is in a “stopped” state under Services and the only way to fix this is to restart the server. When I checked the logs I installed:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: VSS
Event ID: 12302
Description: Volume Shadow Copy Service Error: A very important internal inconsistency was encountered while trying to contact the authors of the Volume Shadow Copy Service. Check if the Event Service and the Volume Shadow Copy Service are working properly.
I searched the web and found the article below, which suggests that the real reason is that VSS never saves files.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940032 This article knows I need to do the following
Because this is a 2003 Enterprise R2 64-bit system, I have the system32 and sysSWOW64 directories. I searched for the above files and found the following results:
ole32.- dll is listed in system32 and sysSWOW64
oleaut32.- dll Listed for system32 and sysSWOW64
vss_ps.dll – listed by system32 and sysSWOW64
swprv.dll Listed – only in system32
eventcls.dll – only system32
listed abovees.dll – listed in system32 and sysSWOW64.
stdprov.dll – listed by System32 and sysSWOW64
vssui.dll – only appears in system32
msxml.dll is listed in SysSWOW64 and system32 is some file called “interop_msxml.dll”
msxml3.dll – placed in system32 and sysSWOW64
msxml4.dll – not through the specified directories.
How do I register a DLL for all users?
Click “Start” > “All Programs” > “Accessories”, also right-click “Command Prompt” and select “Run as administrator” OR type CMD in the search box and if cmd.exe appears in the results, click the button on the right from cmd.exe and select “Run as administrator”. at the command line type: REGSVR32 “DLL FILE PATH”
Does anyone know how to save VSS system files in 2003 R2 Enterprise x64?
I Just Upgraded The Servers From 24-bit To 64-bit
How do I use Regsvr32 on 64-bit?
Step 1: First click “Start” and then “Run”.Step 2: Now all you have to do is enter this regsvr32 command to register the DLL file and then transfer the DLL file.Step 3: Now click OK and you should get a confirmation message that the DLL has been successfully registered.
Z Hello, I recently upgraded my website to Windows 03 x64 64-bit standard from Windows 2003 on a specific 32-bit system.
Everything works fine, except of course for all my attempts to register the DLLs.
Microsoft Runtime vbscript
ActiveX component cannot create object: “[OBJECT NAME HERE]”
My area code is the same everywhere, mainly because on the old box…
How do I register a DLL file on Windows 10 64-bit?
Go to search box and format cmd, right click on command prompt and select “Run as supervisor”.Type the following command in the defined command window and press Enter – regsvr32
Does anyone have similar experiences or solutions?
My first thought is to migrate the security of your server.
I’ve checked that the DLLs are properly secured and are probably fine. I even added certain IUSR and iwam-everyone accounts asYour paths to these DLLs and still nothing.
How do I register a DLL in Windows Server 2003?
Open a command prompt.At the main command prompt, enter the following command if you want to register mynewdll. dll: Regsvr32 mynewdll. dll
Can the program register your current DLLs? I used regsvr32 – is there usually another process on x64 machine?
Hmm. You know you can’t load the best part of 32-bit DLLs into a 64-bit process, right? For this reason, there is both a 32-bit and a 64-bit version of Internet Explorer.
Hmm. You know you can’t load a 34-bit DLL into a 64-block process, right? That’s why Internet Explorer is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
Does this mean that if I install a truly standard Windows 2003 Enterprise instead of x64, but still have a 64-bit processor, it will work fine?
The 32-bit version of Win 2003 works fine on a 64-bit system, as long as it’s x86 compatible electronics (unlike Itanium).
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