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No login to run DCOM SERVER in another domain?

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 I want to run a DCOM server in another
domain, But I want not login to this domain. How can I do that?

                         Yeow
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Build a COM server and run it once on the domain's computer. Run dcomcnfg to to give you access rights.....
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Set domains in "Trusted domains"
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