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Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

(OP)
COM+ is a service on windows 2000 now .Can it run windows NT?

regards!

ipo_z@cmmail.com
garbage in,garbage out

RE: Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

NT4 has MTS which is similar.

RE: Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

In NT the COM+ equivalent is called MTS, or Microsoft Transaction Server.  Install the NT Option Pack to install MTS.

RE: Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

(OP)
Thanks for your answers ! My NT version is NT 4.0(Build 1381:service pack 5) .

I have searched microsoft web site for new pack but i cannot found chinese pack 6 :(

Do you mind telling me a site where i can download chinese NT pack ?

thanks in advance !

ipo_z@cmmail.com
garbage in,garbage out

RE: Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

it is not a service pack it is a "Option Pack"

RE: Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

I would like to add to this, thinking my question goes into the same direction.

We have an appliacation running on Win2K server using COM+. Is it somehow possible to have Win NT clients for this application? As far as I have tested MTS on an NT client does not recognise COM+ generated packages.

Is there any way?

Chris

RE: Can COM+ be installed on WINDOWS NT 4?

Component services makes MSI files.  You'll need to get the Microsoft Installer for NT4.  You could also play with the registry to get it to work but the MSI files should do what you want if you exported the package as a proxy and not a server.

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