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COM into DCOM

I have a COM object which was created a long time ago which I would now like to modify so I can run it on a remote PC. Does anyone have a nice succint set of steps which need to be followed to turn an in-proc .dll into a DCOM object?
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wildhorseleiCommented:
i think u can register it;just like install a com+ object!of course,your system is 2000.good luck!
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timnsAuthor Commented:
If only it were that simple. I did not manage to get that going at all.

In the end I created a new application project, a new automation object, then imported all the existing COM code over and re-created the typelib entries.

A chore, but it works.

Now go ahead and break my heart by telling my how easy it could have been ;-)
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ziolkoCommented:
hmmm anything that inherits from IAppServer interface should act as DCOM server.
ziolko.
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