It should be the same. You have to be logged in as administator. Place the .dll in the system folder that you want it in. Then pull up the run box and type "CMD". Then "CD\" to go to the root of the c: drive. Then type: regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\whatever.dll or the path to the location. It works for me. In 200Pro and XP Pro. Hmm! That is strange.
Good luck. Let me know what you find out.
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The question was initially from one of our system technicians and when I had time to check it out myself I found that he hade tried to run regsrv32 and not regsvr32. He should not been able to get it to work on NT4 either .