Doesn't appear to be case-sensitive, changing it doesn't seem to have any effect...
Looking at MSDN
, it says lpProcName
can take an ordinal value. Don't know the exact effects of this, but it shows that the DLL can be accessed for some actions.
For example, using jscript.dll, the following debug outputs are received:
0: Could not find ProcAddress for DLLRegisterServer
1: The operation completed successfully.
2: <crashes Messenger>
3: The operation completed successfully.
4: Invalid window handle.
5+: Could not find ProcAddress for DLLRegisterServer