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Microsoft .NET Remoting is the .NET technology that allows you to easily and quickly build distributed applications. All of the application components can be on one computer or they can be on multiple computers around the world. .NET Remoting allows client applications to use objects in other processes on the same computer or on any other computer to which it can connect over its network. During this presentation we will discuss what you will need to know to get started with .NET Remoting. We will talk about how .NET Remoting compares with DCOM, how to host remoted objects in a variety of applications, how to call remoted objects from a client application, how to control the life time of remoted objects, and how to secure remoting applications.
This is a Level 200 session that was recorded April 4, 2002 and presented by Martin Petersen-Frey. Martin Petersen-Frey has been at Microsoft working in Developer Support for five years. He has supported data access and distributed applications technologies. Prior to coming to Microsoft, Martin worked at Boeing on various projects such as testing electronics hardware, writing hardware emulators, and developing Microsoft Windows applications.