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This article describes configuration information for .NET remoting when the remoting client is an ASP.NET application or the client is another remoted component hosted by Internet Information Services (IIS).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The client configuration file can be any file, including Web.config. By default, client elements of Web.config are not read. To work around this behavior, in this example you must configure the client remoting configuration by using the Application_Start method.
By default, service elements in Web.config are read, however. For clarity, this example uses a separate configuration file for the client. You may include your client configuration in the Web.config file, but you still must call Configure in Application_Start.
For more information visit the following Microsoft Web sites:
Hosting Remote Objects in Internet Information Services (IIS)
Remote Object Configuration
Format for .NET Remoting Configuration FilesFor additional information, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/303247/EN-US/ )INFO: ASP.NET Code-Behind Model Overview
Article ID: 323490 - Last Review: February 27, 2014 - Revision: 4.4
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