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How to link a running DCOM server application on NT from a client application on Win98?

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When a DCOM server(.exe) on Win98 I can link a running instance of it from another Win98 matchine. I need this mode when it's on NT.

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You will need to configure the dcom security acces with DCOMCNFG.

Look at http://www.distribucon.com/dcom95.html
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