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No public queues in MSMQ Virtual Machine

nanomass asked:

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I am trying to test my .dll on remote computers. Since I have only 1 machine I used Windows Virtual Machine, to simulate a machine; However my MSMQ service in the Virtual machine has no public queues(doesn't have the folder named "public queues").

For the sake of my testing, I did it with private queues, and I am able to send messages to the private queues in the remote machine, however when it comes to get the names of the queues It says "Access to MSMQ messaging system denied".

I already granted access to "Everyone" and "Anonymus Logon" and still acces is denied. I have the feeling it has to do something with the windows firewall, but I haven't found any documentation to support that.

Thanks in advance.
Tags: C#, MSMQ


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