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Remotely access winform application through admin panel

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
I am going to develop following application but not sure how to do this   Application will run different instances for various clients on different servers.     Each instance will run on different criteria stored in database managed by an admin.     Would like to be able to run this from the admin section.     Maybe using a server command line component and pipin the output into a web based admin? -- Whatever you think is best.     This application will run basically 24-7   Any best solution, idea etc

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