On occasion, a dynamic link library (dll) will need to be manually registered on a Microsoft Operating System. This can be due to the installation of other programs, service packs, or a lack of administrator rights during the initial installation - even though it was installed by an administrator.
Please see the below two instructions to re register the dll by either the Windows Control Panel or by the Windows Command Prompt.
To register a dll using the Windows Control Panel (easy):
Navigate to your Microsoft Control Panel
From the list of programs, right click on 'Treasury Software' and select 'Repair'
To register a dll using the Windows Command Prompt (advanced):
To register a dll, you will need to elevate the permissions to Administrator - even though you are logged on as an administrator.
This is a function/feature of Microsoft Windows, not Treasury Software.
Click the Windows Start Button and then press the down arrow to go to the Apps page.
Navigate to the Command Prompt
Right click on Command Prompt.
Click on 'Run as administrator'
This will open a command prompt window. Navigate to the Treasury Software installation directory. Use the screen below as an example. At the installation directory enter the following registration command (substitute the name of the dll as needed):
You should receive the following feedback: