Building the Right Environment to Support AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning
Environment: Windows NT 4 SP3, Visual C++ 5 (and greater)
ATL based component must be registered on remote machines to be used. To be usable it must be configured to run under an account that allow COM registering.
I don't think that any line code is necessarely to be presented because source code is quite simple and commented. Please, fell free to send-me comments. Anyway, here is the IDL source my IRemoteReg interface.
To register a component on a remote machine where you have been previously register RemoteReg server contained in alx.exe you must first instantiate this component on that machine ( from your local machine ). After that you shud call
Reset to prepare registration and
NewServer to specify server file name and type (.dll, .exe, service).
You must send you component using chunks of data. The file will be reconstructed on remote machine in
System32 directory. When you call
Register this component consider that all data was sent and tries to register component on that machine.
If you want to test if a component was correctly registered on remote machine you can try to instantiate it on that machine in the same way we have been instaintate
interface IRemoteReg : IUnknown
// Server type
ServerType_Dll = 0,
const long dwMaxChunkSize = 1024;
// Chunk structure used to transfer data
[helpstring("Prepare this object for receiving an new server for registering")]
[helpstring("Begins registering of a new server")]
HRESULT NewServer([in] BSTR bstrServerName, [in] ServerType nType);
[helpstring("Append a new chunk to build server on remote machine")]
HRESULT AppendChunk([in] Chunk* pChunk);
DownloadsDownload demo project of my component (RemoteReg_comp.zip) - 52 Kb
Download demo project of my MFC based application (RemoteReg_demo.zip) - 11 Kb
Download source of my ATL based component (RemoteReg_atl_comp.zip) - 19 Kb
Download source of my MFC based application (RemoteReg_mfc_app.zip) - 26 Kb