Difference between revisions of "Remote Program Call Server"

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<li>As a request from the [[Heartbeat Server]]</li>
<li>As a request from the [[Heartbeat Server]]</li>
<li>As a request from a [[Native Program Call]] (Task Element).</li>
<li>As a request from a [[Call Native Program|Native Program Call]] (Task Element).</li>

Revision as of 10:48, 29 June 2010

Purpose: Launches executables, batch files, etc by request
Type: Background Process
Started By: Windows Service (typical)


The Remote Program Call Server (RPC) is a server component that runs on every machine within the Presence Domain (with the exception of client-only machines).

It is responsible for launching executable files on demand, which is required under the following circumstances:


In a typical Windows installation the RPC will run as a Windows Service, named "Presence RPC Server". Since all it is responsible for launching the Presence Server and Database Server it is important to ensure that the RPC Server has the permissions required to access any files or resources that the Presence Server will need to access. For this reason it is often a good idea to create a Windows account that the service can run as.

Architecture > Presence Components > Remote Program Call Server

Heartbeat Server | Database Server | Presence Server | HTTP Server | Remote Program Call Server
Administration Client | Heartbeat Client