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Does a C# built windows service run in its own application domain

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Hi,

Does anybody know if a windows service written in c# run in it's own application domain. The reason I am asking is that developing the interface for it,
and was wondering if I can use remoting across application domains.

regards
scope_creep
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Yes it runs in it's own appdomain. And yes you can use .NET Remoting.
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Yes it does...and if u are building an Interface the why Windows Service
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NewtworkArchiteck,

As you were first off the mark,
 
Have some points.

Bob
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