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Remote Objects Part 2

, 1 Apr 2002
This article shows how to create a remote server and MDI window Remote Client using remote objects
InfoPusher
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InfoPusher.csproj.user
InfoPusher.suo
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RemoteObj
RemoteEventKey.snk
RemotingClientKey.snk
RemotingServerKey.snk
WRemoteClient
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RemotingClient.pdb
WRemoteClient.csproj.user
WRemoteClient.suo
WRemoteServer
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WRemoteServer.csproj.user
WRemoteServer.suo
InfoPusher.csproj.user
InfoPusher.suo
licenses.licx
RemoteEventKey.snk
RemotingClientKey.snk
RemotingServerKey.snk
licenses.licx
RemotingClient.pdb
WRemoteClient.csproj.user
WRemoteClient.suo
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WRemoteServer.csproj.user
WRemoteServer.suo

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