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A program based on DCOM.In the Server,I
will control Word through the word application.when the client send a word document,the server will open it in the server computer.when the server is Win98,there is no problem,but when the server is in NT,the word window will not show,when i run the task manger of the NT,I find that the word have run,but it is as a process,not a application program in the task manger!
Why?How to deal with it?
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by:Gordonp
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use dcomcnfg on the NT machine and bring up the properties for the component in question.

Select the identity tab and set it to run as the interactive user.

Hope this helps

Gordon
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by:kart020499
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Thank you very much!DCOM is only use in LAN?How to use DCOM in WAN or internet,for the dcomcnfg is only use in lan!
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DCOM can be used on WAN.

in dcomcnfg, instead of a PC name for the location, set the IP Address of the server PC.

It SHOULD work just the same. I've never tried it myself, but I have seen a demo that actually used the internet to link to the server and WANs dont come much bigger than that.

Gordon

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by:kart020499
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Thanks!But in LAN,When the client is not domain users of the NT,it will failure.The result is "Deny access"!So,I
think that it will not run correcttly in LAN and internet!
Excuse me,Can you tell me how send a large stream of data through a COM interface?
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> Thanks!But in LAN,When the client is not domain users of the NT,it will failure.The result is "Deny access"!
>So,I think that it will not run correcttly in LAN and internet!

Try Setting Access to "Everyone"

> Excuse me,Can you tell me how send a large stream of data through a COM interface?

Not sure what the best method is, I've only really used DCOM for sending short command messages.

Gordon
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by:kart020499
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Thank you,For sending Large stream data,
I have done,it is throgh the SAFEARRAY.
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