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How to verify that a dll file was registered?

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I want to write a small autoit program that would verify if a dll file was registered on windows?

Do you know a way to do it? I could not find anything on the forums

I remember the Auto3lib library had something, but it is not supported anymore and I could not download it anymore...:)

Thanks!

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I want to write a small autoit program that would verify if a dll file was registered on windows?

Do you know a way to do it? I could not find anything on the forums

I remember the Auto3lib library had something, but it is not supported anymore and I could not download it anymore...:)

Thanks!

Registering a DLL creates registry entries that can be checked. If you don't know or can't find the registry entries of interest, run something like RegMon when you install it and note the changed keys.

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