The COM+ (Dllhost.exe) Process Loads the Latest Version of .NET Runtime During Remote Client Activations
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The COM+ (Dllhost.exe) process loads the latest version of .NET Runtime during remote client activations. Dllhost.exe must load the version of .NET Runtime that the client application is linked with.
By default, DLLGetClassObject loads .NET Runtime when remote client activations arrive at mscoree!DllGetClassObject.
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In mscoree!DllGetClassObject, Dllhost.exe uses GetRequestedRuntimeVersionForCLSID to ask Mscoree.dll what version of .NET Runtime to load before it activates a managed component.
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