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About pull components

About pull components

About pull components

  I can pull components on the remote machine when using NT 4.0. But when upgrading to win2k,i cannot find the same function.Can anyone tell me how i can pull components on win2k.

  Any suggestions are appreciated!

RE: About pull components

I'm not familiar with the term "pull component".  What does it mean?


The more I learn, the more I need to learn!

RE: About pull components

On machine A's MTS explorer,you can register components on machine B by creating remote components.Then client can connect to A and run B's components.
This is A pull components on B!

Hope you can understand it!

RE: About pull components


    I have the same problem with you. It has puzzled me for three weeks. If you can solved this problem,please send me a message. Thanks.

RE: About pull components


    I have solved this problem. Just because I reinstalled my computer. I don't know why.
    But there is another question. On machine A's MTS explorer,I can export an application proxy and register it on machine B. When the components on B connect the components on A, the returned information is that the components on B can't find the specified components on A. Why?

RE: About pull components

Maybe you can use dcomcnfg.exe on B to see whether the registered components can run on A.

Any suggestion are appreciated!

RE: About pull components

All the COMs can work well by DCOM.

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