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The Serviced Components Installation Tool (regsvcs.exe) loads and registers serviced component classes from .NET assemblies into COM+ applications. You can also unregister assemblies.

Regsvcs Options

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Assembly

The name of the assembly to install/uninstall.

RegSvcs Mode

Find or create COM+ Application and Register Type

If a COM+ Application matching the assembly (or specified name) is found, it will be used. Otherwise, a new application will be created.

Find existing COM+ Application and Register Types

If a COM+ Application matching the assembly (or specified name) is found, it will be used. Otherwise, the action will fail.

Create new COM+ Application and Register Types

A new COM+ Application will be created. If a matching COM+ Application already exists, the action will fail.

Uninstall types

Remove a previously registered assembly.

COM+ Application Options

Application Name

Specify a name for the COM+ Application to register or unregister (or ID of an application to unregister.) If no name is specified, the assembly file name will be used for the application name.

Partition Name

Specify the name or ID of a COM+ partition in which to locate the assembly.

Application root directory

Specify a root directory for the COM+ Application.

Do not reconfigure target application

Only applies when registering components. Default behaviour is to reconfigure.

Configure components only

Only applies when registering components. If this option is set, only components (not methods or interfaces) will be reconfigured.

Type Library File

Install specific type library

Allows the specification of a type library file to use or generate.

Use existing type library

Check to have the type library not regenerated.


Framework Version

Framework Version

Use default framework version (vX.X) / Use vX.X

Allows the selection of the .NET version to use for the tool. The minimum is .NET v2.0.

Use 64-bit tools

This options specifies as whether to force the usage of 64-bit tools on a 64-bit system or not.  As FinalBuilder is currently a 32-bit application it will default to running the 32-bit version on a 64-bit system.  Check this option if you require the 64-bit version to be run.


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