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I wated to create DCOM server using Visual Studio 2010. Is it possilbe? This question I am asking because when I use ATL Project in new project wizard, ServerModule class does not have methods like, Install,Init etc.. nor it is inherited from 'CComModule'. Can I achive using ATL wizard or there is some other way?

I have spend good amount of time Googling for this, but not got good solution.

Thanks in advance.
Posted 27-Jun-12 20:03pm

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Solution 1

you certainly can, as long as you're not using the Express edition

Any COM object can be made DCOM'able with ATL - use APPIDs to configure that

Security will be your biggest problem - DCOM Security Enhancments[^]

AppID Info - C# COM Interop, try to access remote server gets access denied exception[^]

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