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There is no single best way, largely because the definition of "best" changes from one application to another. In order for someone to give you good advice here, you should describe as much as you can about:

- frequency of communication
- approximate size of the data (both directions)
- all different connection options between the computers
- whether other software, such as firewalls, are a consideration
- the way a user will interact with your software
- anything else that may impact the meaning of "best way to communicate" for the software under consideration

John

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