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I really need to do some distributed computing in VB6 and if anyone knows please tell me how to configure an ActiveX EXE to be made available from a remote matchine using DCOM. My Client is WinXP or Win 98 and the server is Win2000.

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there are two ways. first, using dcomcnfg change the property of your activex to run on a separete computer. second, use CreateObject(myservername, remotecomputername)

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