RPC in VB

Need detailed information on how to do RPC (Remote Procedure Calls [RFC 1050]) in VB.
I don't need any source-code, just basic explanation (but source would definetly make me happy, too)
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mcriderCommented:
Were you looking for help with RCP or RPC?

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PiNAuthor Commented:
Remote Procedure Calls (as specified in RFC 1050)
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PiNAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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mcriderCommented:
You going to need a 3rd party solution. Visual Basic does not natively support RPC... Check out this website:

http://www.distinct.com/ 
 

They have a really good toolkit.


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PiNAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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PiNAuthor Commented:
Do you know a place to find example code or a bas module for interaction with that d32-rpc.dll?

I knew that product and already had downloaded the trial. As I have only two days to get that stuff running I hoped to find an easier 'ready to go in vb solution'.

I'll give you the points anyway, but could you comment the above (I've never done any rpc before)

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mcriderCommented:
It's been a while since I've used it, and I'm not at work today... Holiday ;-)

But you can shoot off an email to askthecodykid@distinct.com

That's the tech support address for Distinct...



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PiNAuthor Commented:
Holiday?!?...should have known that before I paid the points...;-)

Thanks.

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