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DCOM server & client registration with C++

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I have a server .EXE file done in C++ (MFC) that is located on one machine.  i want to access this .EXE from several different client machines (from client programs, using DCOM).  I have been told that in order to do this, I have to register the CLSID, APPID, and proxy/stub ID's for the interface methods in each client machine.  how do I do this without registerign the entire server application on every client machine?    
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You need to use the DCOM utility DCOMCNFG.EXE. Get the book "Inside COM" written by Dale Rogerson from Microsoft Press, which contains very good description on how to do it.
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Thank you...Everybody kept giving me a long rundown of everything i had to register...etc, and yesterday I bought a very good book by Richard Grimes, called "Professional DCOM programming", which if you get another question about DCOM you might want to recommend to somebody.Again, thanks
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