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Q1320040: I get the following error message when running a VBScript sample: "Microsoft VBScript runtime error: ActiveX component can't create object: 'AxNetwork.Tcp'"
You have not installed and registered the ActiveXperts Network Component ActiveX component. This component can be installed and registered automatically by running the ActiveXperts Network Component installation. You can download the installation file from the ActiveXperts download site. To install the component manual, see the manual, chapter Installation (Manual).
Network Component > Visual Basic and VBScript

Q1320010: How do I use the ActiveXperts Network Component object in my Visual Basic project?
Please read the following document: Using Network Component with Visual Basic 6.x. This document describes how to refer to the ActiveXperts Network Component library, and how to declare, create and use the objects.
Network Component > Visual Basic and VBScript

Q1320030: When running the Visual Basic sample project, I get an error: "User-defined type not defined". What's wrong?
You must refer to the object before you can declare and create it. Go to the 'Project' menu, choose 'References...' and put the checkbox near 'ActiveXperts Network Component Type Library'.
Network Component > Visual Basic and VBScript

Q1320100: I'm using Windows 64bit and I'm getting the following error when using your VBScript sample:     "Microsoft VBScript runtime error: ActiveX component can't create object: 'ActiveXperts.Tcp'".This applies toall other Network Component objects, and applies for both CSCRIPT.EXE (command-line VBScript interpreter) and WSCRIPT.EXE (GUI VBScript interpreter)
This is due to the fact that Windows uses the 64bit VBScript interpreter (C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CSCRIPT.EXE or C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\WSCRIPT.EXE) by default. Since the ActiveXperts Network Component control is a 32bit control, you should invoke the WOW64 subsystem. This means C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\WOW64\CSCRIPT.EXE or C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\WOW64\WSCRIPT.EXE.
Network Component > Visual Basic and VBScript

Q1320020: How do I use the ActiveXperts Network Component object in my VBScript program?
Please read the following document: Using Network Component with VBScript. This document describes how to refer to the ActiveXperts Network Component library, and how to declare, create and use the objects.
Network Component > Visual Basic and VBScript

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