DCOM – Distributed Component Object Model
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DCOM – Distributed Component Object Model

The Distributed Component Object Model is a protocol that enables software components to communicate directly over a network. Developed by Microsoft and previously called Network Object Linking Embedding, DCOM is designed for use across multiple networks, and is transported typically using Internet protocols such as HTTP ( Hypertext Transport Protocol ).

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