Re: How to access NS remotly?
On the server that will host your subscription management application,
you need to register the instance using something like:
nscontrol register -name instanceName -server databaseServer
where instanceName is the name of the instance and databaseServer is
the name of the server that hosts the instance database.
If you omit the -server parameter, NSControl defaults to the local
How did you register your instance on the IIS box?
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On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 13:56:04 -0800, tarpan
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>It suppose to be real simple, but I can not find out how to do it. I have a
>SQL server and Web server on 2 separate PCs. When I create NSInstance object
>NS_Instance = New
> .Net tries to access NS right on the Web server.
>How to point it to the another PC?