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How To Host .NET Remoting Objects in Windows Service Application

, 12 May 2001 CPOL 187.3K 1.7K 63
A tutorial on how to create a Windows service application and host remoting object in the service application
winservicehost_demo.zip
WinService
PS_RemoteSrvr
PS_RemoteSrvr_Debug.projdata
PS_RemoteSrvr.csproj.user
PS_SystemInfoUtil
PS_SystemInfoUtil_Debug.projdata
PS_SystemInfoUtil.csproj.user
PS_RemoteSystemInfo
PS_RemoteSystemInfo_Debug.projdata
PS_RemoteSystemInfo.csproj.user
PS_RemoteSystemInfo.cfg
PS_RemoteSrvr.vspscc
PS_SystemInfoUtil.vspscc
PS_RemoteSystemInfo.vspscc

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