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VB.net - TCP/IP Server / Client

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I am looking to see if anyone has any code that clearly demonstrates TCP/IP server and client winform applications.  I have looked at the ones on MSDN and vbforums and they are either confusing or I can get them to work.

I would like to see basic server and client.

And/or

Multithreaded server and client.
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I am actually reading that right now and downloaded the code.  But when I run it in Visual Studio, I dont get any errors and no chat windows open.
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Sorry it "opens" directly to the tray as I designed it to load when windows starts (and wanted it to be less intrusive but always be there).  Click the yellow chat icon down there and you should get a window with available computers in your network.
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So basically I need to run this same application on two computers?  There is no server application and then a seperate client application?
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I got it all figured out, this will help me get started.  Thanks for your help!
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