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troubleshooting Question

ActiveX automation server .exe, I want to fire event to one client ONLY.

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I need to tweak one of our ActiveX automation server objects to only send an event to the one client that initiated an operation.

My object can have many clients, let's say two are connected, A and B.

A invokes a method.

How do I make sure that only A will receive the event when my object eventually calls the fire_OnEventX?

Every default and example I have seen will fire the event to all clients.  I am just wondering if if it is at all possible at this point.
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