This tutorial describes how ActiveX/COM components (*.dll, *.ocx) can be registered without Windows administrator privileges and without calling of regsvr32. This information is mainly interesting for Visual Basic developers who usually often use ActiveX components. We provide commercial (Enigma Protector) and freeware (Enigma Virtual Box) solutions for files and registry virtualization.
We have been asked about the ability of our application virtualization solutions to bundle numerous dynamic link library (dll) files for Qt programs (http://qt.nokia.com/) compiled for Windows and in this post I will show how to bundle/merge Qt runtime libraries to the single executable.
Application Virtualization in this context means emulation of files (and registry) in memory, without having the files on the disk (and registry items in real registry).