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Heath Stewart30-Jan-04 9:49
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Heath Stewart1-Feb-04 14:06
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Heath Stewart2-Feb-04 2:40
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QuestionRemoting Problem: How to unregister a WellKnownClientType? Pin
occcy30-Jan-04 4:23
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AnswerRe: Remoting Problem: How to unregister a WellKnownClientType? Pin
Heath Stewart30-Jan-04 5:21
protectorHeath Stewart30-Jan-04 5:21 
First, let me advocate that a well-known client Type can't be well-known if you change its URI.

That being said, you can use RemotingServices.Disconnect. If you have a reference to the registered object, just pass it to the static Disconnect method. If you don't have an instance of it available, you can get one using other methods of the RemotingServices class.

Registering it with another URI is as simple as what you've already done.

Another way is to simply shut down the .NET Remoting host, such as a Windows Service, IIS, or some other program, but that's most likely not what you want in this case.

 

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GeneralRe: Remoting Problem: How to unregister a WellKnownClientType? Pin
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Generalsend to fuction in Windows Pin
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