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MTS in a Workgroup

MTS in a Workgroup

MTS in a Workgroup

Can I Develop distributed MTS objects in a Workgroup... without a domain controler?, MTS complains about security when I try to install a package in the remote computer.

RE: MTS in a Workgroup

Yes you can, but you will have to turn authenication on the package off.

Ronald Spainhour

RE: MTS in a Workgroup

Thanks Ronald,

You gave me a good clue where to start... I don't have the best infrastructure, I have a Win2000 Professional and a NT Workstation in the same workgroup.

Do I need MTS in both computers? I assume yes...

I turn off authentication for the system application in both computers but when I try to open the remote computer in the Console, I get the permissions error: "you don't have enough permissions, bla, bla

Any idea?

RE: MTS in a Workgroup

Which is the client machine - the 2000 box or NT 4? You do not turn-off authenication on the System package, but the actually MTS package you will be deploying.

Ronald Spainhour

RE: MTS in a Workgroup

I am new to this, maybe my questions are obvious and I have and Arch problem.

How can I install the componets? In the NT box I want to run the DLLs and in the Win2K the ASPs...

I opened the component service console in Win2K and when I try to open the COM+ folder in the Remote machine I get the permissions error.

Just to experiment I did the same but now starting from the NT box and same result.

Thanks again

RE: MTS in a Workgroup

Look into creating the packages (dlls) on the WIN2K machine as that sounds like you are planning to use IIS on that box for your web server. Checkout either msdn.microsoft.com or www.microsoft.com/technet on setting COM+ and IIS. There is more information there than I can do justice to here.

Ronald Spainhour

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