If one looks in the eventviewer of Windows, there is a field called Event, which contains a number that idetifies the event. When I make use oif the struct EVENTLOGRECORD and one of it's members DWORD EventID; I receive a value of pevlr->EventID 536870913UL (0x20000001) , but in the event viewer the value is one. All other information is correct except this, am I doing something wrong, or you can I get hold / convert the EventID Variable.
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I have written an ATL COM server in a DLL with merged proxy/stub using Visual Studio 2005. It can sometimes be used locally and other times remotely. Deploying locally is straightforward and I've now got a client using it that way. However I've been wading through all sorts of internet articles, discussions etc. about how to deploy, debug, and use the component remotely, but to no avail.
I need to be able to deploy and debug on a remote machine via peer-to-peer and/or ethernet switched networks, including guidance on how to configure the security correctly on Windows XP Prof. with SP 2. I've got to believe that somewhere there is a 'step by step' guide on how to do this, but I haven't found one yet.
I have an application in which i need to know when the user has plugged in or plugged out the ethernet cable to the system.
I have the adapter information within my application.
I tried using the device change notification with Registering the notification giving the guid for lan class. But this helps only when i either enable or disable the land adapter from my device manager.
Please help or provide pointers to some link.
Thanks in advance.
In my VC++ Socket programme I can connect to another system and transfer the data between them, the system are connected through LAN.
I want to know how can communicate with another system through Internet by socket programme(with out LAN ,through Internet).
(Like Server running in anywhere and client was Running anywhere they are connect through internet by Socket programme)
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