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Remote Processes and Machine control of Windows NT based systems (2000/XP)

, 1 Apr 2012 CPOL
Control certain aspects of machines sitting remotely, without having to install and trigger an application on the remote machine.
#ifndef GLOBALMFCHELPERFUNC_H
#define GLOBALMFCHELPERFUNC_H

class CRemoteAdminDoc;
class CRemoteAdminView;
class CMachineView;
class CMainFrame;
class CRemoteAdminApp;

namespace MFC_DocView
{
	CRemoteAdminDoc*  GetAppDocument();     // Get the application's document class pointer derived from CDocument
	CRemoteAdminView* GetRemoteAdminView(); // Get the pointer to the view in which processes are shown. 
	CMachineView*     GetMachineView();     // Get the pointer to the tree view in which connected machines are visible  
	CMainFrame*       GetMainFrame();       // Get the pointer to the main outer window  
	CRemoteAdminApp*   GetApp();			// Helps in removing the casting problem while using AfxGetApp()
}

#endif // GLOBALMFCHELPERFUNC_H

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