The RegSvrEx application was designed to be a small tool that adds items to the shell context menu of DLLs and COXs that provides registration and unregistration – like running regsvr32, but much more convenient.
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Simple, small, easy to use application for the Vista and Win7 operating systems that you can add to an operating system context menu for any DLL or COX. (32-bit and 64-bit versions)
What’s New in RegSvrEx Serial Key:
Supports registering and unregistering objects in both 32-bit and 64-bit applications
Supports registering and unregistering both 32-bit and 64-bit COM objects
Supports both on-demand and auto registration
Composes a TCHAR context menu item (the default is REG_SZ)
Actions the user can perform after clicking the Shell Context Menu Item:
Unregister the DLL (will work correctly even if the DLL is imported into the global assembly cache)
Unregister the COM object
Supports both on-demand and auto registration of objects
Supports checking to see if the DLL already exists in the GAC.
Supports checking to see if the COM object already exists in the GAC.
Supports checking to see if the DLL or COM object was already registered.
Supports checking to see if the DLL or COM object was already unregistered.
Supports both 32-bit and 64-bit DLLs and COM objects
On-Demand Registration for COM Objects:
Supports on-demand registration (no waiting until a DLL is loaded)
Supports on-demand registration for both 32-bit and 64-bit COM objects
Supports checking to see if the COM object is on-demand registered
Supports unregistering an on-demand registered COM object
On-Demand Unregistration for DLLs:
Supports on-demand unregistration of a DLL (no waiting until a DLL is loaded)
Supports on-demand unregistration for both 32-bit and 64-bit DLLs
Supports checking to see if the DLL is registered
Supports checking to see if the DLL was on-demand registered
Supports unregistering a DLL that is on-demand registered
Supports unregistering a DLL from the global assembly cache (GAC)
Supports error reporting for DLLs that are registered on-demand.
Supports error reporting for DLLs that are unregistered on-demand.
Supports error reporting for 32-bit and 64-bit COM objects.
RegSvrEx is a script editor and command line application designed to make it easy to add and remove the Register and UnRegister (“Run” and “RunOnce”) and Unregister keys from a DLL or COX. It is a small program and does not require administrator privileges to run; it is ideal for IT administrators.
To install RegSvrEx, you need to copy the “regsvr32.exe” from the program directory to either your startup folder, or as an application in the Start menu, or any other folder you have permission to run programs from. In my case, I used Start Menu:
Start menu -> Applications -> Start Menu -> Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features -> Right click “Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 2010” -> Change -> Change the startup folder to the location you copied the exe to (either you or your startup folder) (or just add it to the startup folder via the Properties screen).
To uninstall RegSvrEx, just delete the DLL or COX it is added to from the same folder as before installation.
Controls are made for easy creation and use of easy shell (cmd.exe) commands to programmatically add and remove keys from a DLL or COX.
Inside these controls are two methods:
Run() – for adding a registration key
RunOnce() – for adding a single registration key
New control is shown in the right side panel. Also, the list is displayed in the left panel, with each line displaying the key’s name and what each is called. A description of the key is also shown on the left.
To add a new key, enter it into the top box, select where it should run, and either, edit it or click the “Open” button to enter in the registration value for the key.
Then, after any changes have been made, click the “Apply” button.
The “Apply” button changes to “Replace all with new values?”. Click it to replace all keys with the new values.
To add a new key, edit a key’s existing value (to change the key it is a “RunOnce” or “Register” key), enter it into the top box, select where it should run, and either, edit it or click
– Adding registry items for simple COXs.
– Adding registry items for FPOs
– Adding the option to add the item to the context menu
– Displaying the newly added items in the file menu.
– Displaying the newly added items in the context menu.
– Displaying a new window containing the newly added items.
– Adding registry keys and values to the application configuration file.
– Saving the new registry settings.
– Displaying help and running additional tests.
RegSvrEx is completely free to use and download.
THIS DOWNLOAD INCLUDES THE PERFORMANCE-RAMPING VERSION OF REG-SVR-EX.
This version of RegSvrEx is intended to be used in a 32-bit environment.
This version includes the following application features:
GUIDs for all registry values, as well as a GUID for all registry keys
Launch Notepad or any other 32-bit application to register the DLL
Ability to specify which registry key or value should be created
Register the DLL with different levels of permissions: read, create, delete, write
Create, delete, and write registry keys and values for the registered DLL
Use both the 32-bit registry or the 64-bit registry when creating entries
Uninstall the DLL or not
Uninstallable DLLs are stored inside the uninstall directory
Indicate if the application is uninstallable
Continue to run when the computer is restarted
DLLs are registered without creating keys and values in the registry when the user has opted not to register the DLL
Display a dialog after the application is run and the user choose to not continue
Delete the registry entries after they have been created
Option to build the application as a single executable or as an MSI
Option to build the application as a single executable or as an MSI installer
Configure the Settings Dialog for the following options:
Display a prompt to the user to register the DLL
Display a prompt to the user to unregister the DLL
Option to include the components to the Global Load list
Option to include the components to the Global Load list
Option to include the component services to the Global Load list
Option to unregister automatically when the DLL is installed
Option to install automatically when the DLL is installed
Option to skip the configuration dialog after the user clicks the OK button
Option to not include the application icon in the application menu
Option to hide the
What’s New in the?
The RegSvrEx program is a shell extension for Visual Studio that will add items to the context menu of DLL and COX files. You can create a menu item for example for the DLLs that your products use or you can create a menu item for the COXs that your product depends on.
Comments and Discussions
On 7/18/2012 3:49 PM, Majek wrote:
I downloaded the regsvr32 for release but I will not use this application.
The man dlls are all needed for the project to run.
I have two projects: A project and B project
A. Create project B. Create Project C. Open project B
B. Open project C, and I do not want to add the path.
Let D. Open another project, E. open Project A and Project B
in this case I have to add project B and this take space.
The release version of RegSvrEx has been removed from the site.
> The RegSvrEx program was designed to be a small tool that adds items to the shell
> context menu of DLLs and COXs that provides registration and unregistration
> – like running regsvr32, but much more convenient.
> RegSvrEx Description:
> The RegSvrEx program is a shell extension for Visual Studio that will add
> items to the context menu of DLLs and COX files. You can create a menu item
> for example for the DLLs that your products use or you can create a menu item
> for the COXs that your product depends on.
> RegSvrEx 188.8.131.52 (released on 4/21/2009)
> I will post new versions when necessary. The next version will probably be
> a simple port of my old -unregsvr tool, if I manage to do this.
> You can download the current version from this site:
> Any comments are welcome.
“The RegSvrEx program was designed to be a small tool that adds items to the shell context menu of DLLs and COXs that provides registration and unregistration – like running regsvr32, but much more convenient.
System Requirements For RegSvrEx:
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10.
English language only.
Internet connection required to play.
Minimum system specifications:
Requires a 64-bit Windows installation.
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon X2 64, or equivalent.
Memory: 1 GB RAM or higher.
Video: Nvidia GeForce 8800 or equivalent, ATI Radeon X1950 or higher.
DirectX: Version 9.0c or higher.
Hard drive: 20 GB free space.
Sound card: DirectX