Can you please explain what is the significance of HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Interface keys....

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Interface keys are related to what you see on your screen, how windows are designed and the functions behind them. Visual Basic apps will create loads of'em

The more technical in-depth elaboration you'll have to consult MSDN
Answered 02/28/2006 by: Bartesque
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when i capture the application do v retain it in the package or exclued it ?
Answered 03/01/2006 by: skj
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that depends on your repackage.ini, what files and keys you want to exclude from your snapshot - assuming you're using Wise :-)
Answered 03/01/2006 by: Bartesque
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Ya i know v need to use .ini file, but do v generally exclude HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Interface keys?
Answered 03/01/2006 by: skj
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If the application uses HKROOT\Interface, then you need to include them, otherwise the application might not work properly.
Answered 03/01/2006 by: sikkert
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They are generally needed
Answered 03/01/2006 by: Bartesque
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Some of those may be autmatically added during dll registrations. But to be on a safer side, I leave that branch alone during package cleanup process...
Answered 03/01/2006 by: revizor
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