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One drawback to using remoting in a mixed—MFC/.NET—environment is that MFC objects cannot be remoted. Explore this technique for overcoming this limitation.
Remoting is one of the three techniques available on the CLR for creating distributed applications.
Remoting is a more efficient means than Web Services for allowing programs to interact. Learn how remoting differs from Web Services and other technologies. More importantly, learn how to implement remoting.
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