How is the command being run? From a process or from a command line? Make sure the command is being run from a 64-bit process (or a 64-bit cmd.exe console window). 21 thoughts on “ Using CAPICOM on Windows x64 ” Tom Gielow December 4, 2012 at 7:59 am. So is there a cmdlet for signing an EXE? What classes would you use in .NET ? Plagegeister aller Art und deren Bekämpfung: Win7 :„Zum Registrieren eines Moduls muss der Name einer Binärdatei eingegeben werden.Syntax : Regsvr32 [/u] [/s][/n][ /i[:cmdline]]dllname Windows 7 Wenn Du nicht sicher bist, ob Du dir Malware oder Trojaner eingefangen hast, erstelle hier ein Thema. It seems Mats and my assumption were correct. MS have re-engineered the 64 bit regsvr32 so that based on the target dll bitness it may spawn up a new 32 bit regsvr32 process from %SYSWOW64% to register the DLL. COM servers are registered the same way in 32- bit 64-bit operating systems. The question is related to self-registration, the most straightforward way to register COM server - by asking the server to update HKLM/HKCR registry respectively.
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