Re: DCOM Server configuration question

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Mon, 18 Feb 2008 08:16:20 -0500
"Peter" <> wrote in message

Before I delve too deep into making fruitless attempts to solve
something potentially unsolvable, I thought I ask here first.

This is what I currently have:
- DCOM C++ Server (ATL based)
- IIS/ASP based web app talking to DCOM Server
- Both of these typically run on the same server

The new requirement is simply that I have multiple servers like the
above running at the same time, but with a catch:

A few web pages should communicate certain actions accross all other
DCOM servers.

If I understand you correctly, you actually have several machines, each
running a copy of IIS (it's difficult to parse as you seem to use the
term "server" to refer both to a software component and a physical box).

So you need to share data between several machines. In this case, run
the COM server on a dedicated machine which all IIS machines talk to.
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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