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Remoting Management Console

, 11 Apr 2003
This is a MMC Snap-in to manage a remoting host process and its configuration file. Like the COM+ catalog, the Remoting Management Console will create and administrate the host process to publish your remoting objects.
remotingmanagementconsole_msi.zip
RemotingManagementConsole.msi
remotingmanagementconsole_src.zip
source
ConfigFileLib
ConfigFileLib.csproj.user
HostProcessLib
HostProcessLib.csproj.user
Install
RemotingManagementConsole
RemotingManagementConsole.vdproj
InstallClassRegAsm
InstallClassRegAsm.csproj.user
InstallClassRegSvr32
InstallClassRegsrv32.csproj.user
MMC
MMCLibrary.ncb
MMCLib
MMCLib.csproj.user
obj
Debug
temp
TempPE
MMCFormsShim
MMCFormsShim.def
MMCFormsShim.rgs
MMCFormsShimCtrl.bmp
MMCFormsShimCtrl.rgs
Release
MMCFormsShim.dll
MMCFormsShim.lib
MMCFormsShim.exp
RemotingManagement
images
Object.ico
Process.ico
Section.ico
XMLTree.ico
ObjectServices.ico
Error.ico
Info.ico
Warning.ico
OPENFOLD.ICO
CLSDFOLD.ICO
Sinks.ico
TIMER.ICO
Channel.ico
SingleSink.ico
RemotingManagement.csproj.user
RemotingManagement.snk
Remoting Management.ncb
Sample
RemotingObjectSample
RemotingObjectSample.csproj.user
RemotingObjectSample.snk
WindowsFormClient
App.ico
WindowsFormClient.csproj.user
bin
hostprocess_sample.InstallLog
HostProcess_Sample.exe
InterfaceSample.dll
WindowsFormClient.exe
RemotingObjectSample.dll
InterfaceSample
InterfaceSample.csproj.user
InterfaceSample.snk
bin
HostProcessLib.dll
RemotingManagement.dll
RemotingManagementConsole.msi
InstallClassRegAsm.dll
InstallClassReg32srv.dll
ConfigFileLib.dll
MMCLib.dll
RemotingManagementConsole.msc
license.rtf
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