DisconnectedContext MDA in Visual Studio 2005

I have code that makes a function call using an Invoke method in Reflection.  Inside that function I make a web service call.  Whenever it makes that  web service call I get the MDA exception DisconnectedContext.  I thought I disabled MDAs by adding the MDADisable.reg file to the registry:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework]
"MDA"="0"

However the DisconnectedContext error still throws.
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kayhustleAuthor Commented:
Yeah I read that, it didn't help, I actually figured it out on my own, I changed the main thread apartment from STAThread to MTAThread and the error went away.
Thanks
Mikal613Commented:
no problem

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lets do it!!
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PAQ-ing the question and refunding 500 points

Thanks for your comment Mikal613.

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