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vrf Controlling remote devices with VEE Remote Functions.

Question asked by VRFuser on Dec 2, 2002

        "Christian Wienhold"  answered my question, some    
        weeks ago, about the use of Remote Functions under  
        Windows95. The Remote Function task was to send a   
        command to a device through COM1, and retrieve the  
        answer.  The problem was that the remote PC server, 
        where the Rem Funct has to work, returns an error of
        "user not identified" in the VEE Call object. (I    
        have no security, nor passwords, because the network
        is isolated from any other)                         
        He suggested, and it was true, that VEE Server  (it 
        runs when you execute veesm.exe) creates .pwl files 
        in the Windows folder. Erasing these files          
        <name>.pwl will allow a future Remote Function Call.

It worked for a while, but not for a long period. Restarting again the host
computer,  the "user
unknown" stops the program again.

This time I dont find .pwl file in C:Windows.

I fear that remote functions is not a good way to communicate between both
computers under W95.

I can't communicate with e-mail to Christian because my messages returns
Recipient: <>
>     Reason:    Service unavailable; [] blocked using,....

C. Garcia


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