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Server-based Components for .NET Framework Applications

The .NET Framework includes classes for several server-based components that you can put into your applications.

Using File System and Timer Components

Introduces components that respond to changes to files and directories, raise events on a schedule, or monitor and interact with Windows processes.

Using Installation Components

Introduces installation components, which allow you to execute custom actions when your application is deployed.

Using Messaging Components

Introduces components that interact with Microsoft Message Queuing system resources.

Using System Monitoring Components

Introduces components that interact with Windows performance counters and event logs.

Framework Component Deployment and the Design Process

Describes how installation components work and the general design process to use in your applications that require them.

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