I have built an out of process COM Server in VB6. I can create an instance of an object from the server ok remotely using DCOM. However when I try to call a method I get the message
"The Visual Basic Development Environment can't provide multiple instances of a single use
class. Consult the documentation for restrictions on debugging single-use objects"
The remote class in question IS multiuse AND it works fine if I run the same component locally on the same PC as the client. Why does the behaviour change over DCOM. The server component is registered on an NT Server. The client PC is windows 2000.
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