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How do to get a CWinApp in DCOM Server?

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> How do to get a CWinApp in DCOM Server

no understand - do you have  DCOM server with MFC in it?
then use AfxGetApp() - if this is in a COM call then you will have to use the AFX_MANAGE_STATE(...) call before hand

Are you trying to add MFC to a DCOM server? if so see http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q173/9/74.ASP
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