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Anonymous
May 30, 2005 6:42:02 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage (More info?)

My diagnostic program (PC Doctor) has identified several registry values ias
questionable or wrong. The value of each is:
ADMWPROX.DLL

The specific registry entries in question are:

HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{29FF67FF-8050-480f-9F30-CC41635P2F9D}InprocServer32
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{70B51430-B6CA-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{8298d101-f992-43b7-8eca-5052d885b995}InprocServer32
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{A9E69612-B80D-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{f612954d-3b0b-4c56-9563-227b7be62464}InprocServer32

By searching my C: drive I located the file ADMWPROX.DLL in the folder:

C:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\

First, are these registry values wrong?
Second, if wrong, how should they be configured?

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Anonymous
May 30, 2005 8:04:09 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage (More info?)

There is no such key as HKEY_CLASSES_KEY in XP.

It is HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.

ADMWPROX.DLL has to do with IIS.


--
Hope this helps. Let us know.

Wes
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User

In news:2E8AFAD4-7EEC-4C60-B90F-DF644D756AD8@microsoft.com,
jrj <jrj@discussions.microsoft.com> hunted and pecked:
> My diagnostic program (PC Doctor) has identified several registry values
> ias questionable or wrong. The value of each is:
> ADMWPROX.DLL
>
> The specific registry entries in question are:
>
>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{29FF67FF-8050-480f-9F30-CC41635P2F9D}InprocServer32
>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{70B51430-B6CA-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{8298d101-f992-43b7-8eca-5052d885b995}InprocServer32
>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{A9E69612-B80D-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{f612954d-3b0b-4c56-9563-227b7be62464}InprocServer32
>
> By searching my C: drive I located the file ADMWPROX.DLL in the folder:
>
> C:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\
>
> First, are these registry values wrong?
> Second, if wrong, how should they be configured?
Anonymous
June 2, 2005 11:52:08 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage (More info?)

You're going to half to dumb down your response for me to understand. If
TweakNow says that it is unable to determine the status for ADMWPROX.dll, can
you tell me if the value is right or should be changed or what?

"Wesley Vogel" wrote:

> There is no such key as HKEY_CLASSES_KEY in XP.
>
> It is HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.
>
> ADMWPROX.DLL has to do with IIS.
>
>
> --
> Hope this helps. Let us know.
>
> Wes
> MS-MVP Windows Shell/User
>
> In news:2E8AFAD4-7EEC-4C60-B90F-DF644D756AD8@microsoft.com,
> jrj <jrj@discussions.microsoft.com> hunted and pecked:
> > My diagnostic program (PC Doctor) has identified several registry values
> > ias questionable or wrong. The value of each is:
> > ADMWPROX.DLL
> >
> > The specific registry entries in question are:
> >
> >
> HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{29FF67FF-8050-480f-9F30-CC41635P2F9D}InprocServer32
> >
> HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{70B51430-B6CA-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
> >
> HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{8298d101-f992-43b7-8eca-5052d885b995}InprocServer32
> >
> HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{A9E69612-B80D-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
> >
> HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{f612954d-3b0b-4c56-9563-227b7be62464}InprocServer32
> >
> > By searching my C: drive I located the file ADMWPROX.DLL in the folder:
> >
> > C:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\
> >
> > First, are these registry values wrong?
> > Second, if wrong, how should they be configured?
>
>
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Anonymous
June 4, 2005 12:53:45 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage (More info?)

Is this the message you get [[refers to invalid object ]] in regard to
ADMWPROX.DLL?

I do not have Internet Information Server installed, so I do not have any of
the keys to be able to check them in my registry.

Internet Information Services (IIS)
[[Software services that support Web site creation, configuration, and
management, along with other Internet functions. Internet Information
Services include Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP), File Transfer
Protocol (FTP), and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).]]

You can install or uninstall IIS, add optional components, or remove
optional components for IIS by using the Add/Remove Programs dialog box in
Control Panel.

Uninstall IIS.

--
Hope this helps. Let us know.

Wes
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User

In news:6747CB6F-384C-4B2B-A1C0-178DDF91054F@microsoft.com,
jrj <jrj@discussions.microsoft.com> hunted and pecked:
> You're going to half to dumb down your response for me to understand. If
> TweakNow says that it is unable to determine the status for ADMWPROX.dll,
> can you tell me if the value is right or should be changed or what?
>
> "Wesley Vogel" wrote:
>
>> There is no such key as HKEY_CLASSES_KEY in XP.
>>
>> It is HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.
>>
>> ADMWPROX.DLL has to do with IIS.
>>
>>
>> --
>> Hope this helps. Let us know.
>>
>> Wes
>> MS-MVP Windows Shell/User
>>
>> In news:2E8AFAD4-7EEC-4C60-B90F-DF644D756AD8@microsoft.com,
>> jrj <jrj@discussions.microsoft.com> hunted and pecked:
>>> My diagnostic program (PC Doctor) has identified several registry values
>>> ias questionable or wrong. The value of each is:
>>> ADMWPROX.DLL
>>>
>>> The specific registry entries in question are:
>>>
>>>
>>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{29FF67FF-8050-480f-9F30-CC41635P2F9D}InprocServer32
>>>
>>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{70B51430-B6CA-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
>>>
>>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{8298d101-f992-43b7-8eca-5052d885b995}InprocServer32
>>>
>>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{A9E69612-B80D-11D0-B9B9-00A0C922E750}InprocServer32
>>>
>>
HKEY_CLASSES_KEY\clsid\{f612954d-3b0b-4c56-9563-227b7be62464}InprocServer32
>>>
>>> By searching my C: drive I located the file ADMWPROX.DLL in the folder:
>>>
>>> C:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\
>>>
>>> First, are these registry values wrong?
>>> Second, if wrong, how should they be configured?
Anonymous
October 17, 2010 7:40:13 AM

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