accessing dll placed on server from different PC's during run-time, is it possible ?

Posted on 2006-04-07
Last Modified: 2010-05-03
say, if my test.dll is placed on \\myserver\myproject\test.dll

is there anyway to assign it from within VB app and access during run-time ?

thanks in advance
Question by:AlexF777
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    Accepted Solution

    As i know it is not possible.
    You has to register ur dll in all the systems wherever u installed ur application.
    It will be automatically carried out at the time of installation if u configured ur pakage & Deployment Wizard properly.
    But leave this question for a while to let other Experts make their comments here.
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    Assisted Solution

    You can put on the com+ and export the msi to install on each machine.

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