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pandit84 wrote:
Once the COM Object's reference count reached to zero then at this point which mechanism works to remove it from the memory.


It is a responsibility of the COM object developer. When the reference count goes to zero then there are no references pending on the object (probably there aren't...: the reference count is shared mechanism of both the COM server and the client) and the object may choose to free its COM resources (as it usually do).
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