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Hello all,

I'm new to remoting and have been given a task which I'm having trouble with.

We have a bunch of windows services that perform various tasks, running on a remote computer. We need a way to interrogate the services remotely and return a number of given values from variables/props INSIDE the service. This will then be used to create a dashboard of values from our services at any given time so we can see they are all working properly.

I have setup a test program that uses a simple windows service as the component host, which registers my remote object to be instantiated by my test client program.

My question is, how do I refer back from the remoting object to my service to obtain the values required? As far as I can see, the remote object itself has no knowledge of the component host that it was instantiated from. I've read lots of text on remoting but nothing seems to mention access to the component host of the remoting object.

I've tried using ManagementObject and iterating through the services running, and I can find my service, but I can't find a way from there to access the custom properties of my service class, only the base properties of all services. Is there another way to obtain this information using the ManagementObject? Or is there a way from my remote object to reference back to its component host?

I tried using GetActiveObject() as well but that seems to not work for services Frown | :(

Any help would be much appreciated, there's probably a easy way to do this that I can't see.

Thanks
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