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  Asked By: Meagan    Date: Oct 16    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 12747

I've installed the WSS SDK on my SharePoint server. When I attempt to
run the WSS Explorer, I receive this error message:

RunTime error 339: Component "mscomctl.ocs" or one of its dependencies
not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid.

What have I not done correctly?



11 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Frankie Figueroa     Answered On: Oct 16

Try to locate the mxcomctl.ocx and run
regsvr32 /u <path>\mscomctl.ocx
regsvr32 <path>\mscomctl.ocx

If this doesn't work delete the mscomctl.ocx and run the WSS SDK install again

Answer #2    Answered By: Wesley Myers     Answered On: Oct 16

Also, if I remember correctly (and its been awhile) you needed the vb
runtimes installed  on your machine which is where the mscomctl.ocx
usually comes from.

Answer #3    Answered By: Shailendra Shinde     Answered On: Oct 16

installed  Office XP and now the Explorer is working. Thanks, everyone.

Answer #4    Answered By: Yessenia Dejesus     Answered On: Oct 16

Where do I install the WSS from? Or how do I get it?

Answer #5    Answered By: Randolph Charles     Answered On: Oct 16

It is in the Web Storage System SDK. Pretty nifty tool.

Answer #6    Answered By: Kavi Kumhor     Answered On: Oct 16

did you get that out of the WSS SDK or the Exchange SDK? I thought
that the WSS SDK had died?

Answer #7    Answered By: Alex Davis     Answered On: Oct 16

installed  it yesterday from the WSS SDK. It is on disk 2.4 (going
from memory here) in MSDN Universal. It is probably in both SDKs,

Answer #8    Answered By: Sylvester Rich     Answered On: Oct 16

What do you do with it that's specific to SPS? Can one troubleshoot with

Answer #9    Answered By: Jocelyn Scott     Answered On: Oct 16

I'm just now learning it. For those who are familiar with this tool,
can you give us a quick 2-4 administrative/programming acts that we can
perform with WSS Explorer?

Answer #10    Answered By: Gloria Mendoza     Answered On: Oct 16

Is WSS the same thing as Exchange Explorer?

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