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    Creating an instance of MS Project Application fails in VB .Net

    In my VB .Net code, I am trying to create to launch MS Project Application.
    Dim prjApp As Microsoft.Office.Interop.MSProject.Application = New Microsoft.Office.Interop.MSProject.Application

    But I am getting the exception as follows:

    "Creating an instance of the COM
    component with CSSID {36D27C48-A1E8-11D3-BA55-00C04F72F325} from the
    IClassFactory failed due to the following error: 80010001".

    Note: This exception happens in 64 bit Windows 7 German OS. But the same code runs successfully in 32 bit Win XP (German and English) and 64 bit Windows 7 English OS.

    I have even tried the following steps in German 64 bit Win 7
    1. Running the application in Administrator mode
    2. Setting UAC to low.
    3. Re-installing MS Project in German 64 bit Win 7.

    But still the problem occurs. Can some one please help me in resolving this issue.
    Last edited by zuhrs; April 18th, 2012 at 09:33 PM.

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    Re: Creating an instance of MS Project Application fails in VB .Net

    The Office Interop version on the "64 bit Windows 7 German OS" is older that the version on the developing system...

    see this MSDN Thread for more info..
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