Register an Automation Dot Net DLL File Using Windows PowerShell

Follow the easy steps below to register an Automation Dot Net DLL file.

  • Create a folder named “AutomationFiles” in the C drive.
  • Copy the automation DLL file (ex:- AutomationFile.dll) into that folder.
  • Run Command Prompt (Developer Command Prompt Visual Studio) as an administrator.
  • Change the directory to folder “AutomationFiles” path where your DLL is located using the below command.
  • Execute the below command to create the TLB file related to the automation DLL file (AutomationFile.dll).
tlbexp AutomationFile.dll /out: AutomationFile.tlb
  • Run Windows PowerShell as an administrator.
  • Execute the below command to register the DLL file in any computer using the before-created TLB and DLL files. We use “RegAsm.exe” in the .NET framework to register the DLL. See the following example:
."C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\RegAsm.exe" -codebase -tlb "C:\AutomationFiles\AutomationFile.dll"Code language: CSS (css)

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