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COM+ and Permissions

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I have an Object that I am using on an application server named asdmprg.  I want to be able to instantiate it from another application server or even a client PC.  

I create a COM+ package and register the object on either the client or other application server.  

When ever I try to Intantiate the Object with
CreateObject("prjName.clsObj","asdmprg")
I get an error 70 for permissions.

I can not seem to find any useful info on the Micosoft Knowledge base about  this...  Does any one have any idea?????
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Did you check if DCOM is enabled ? And that you have valid priveleges to access that objecT?
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On the machine where the COM+ package resides, go to Start menu --> Run --> dcomcnfg to set the permissions.
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