You want to create a remotable object in IIS (perhaps so that you can use SSL or IIS authentication) instead of a dedicated component host.
Place the configuration file and assembly in a virtual directory, and modify the object URI so it ends in .rem or .soap.
Instead of creating a dedicated component host, you can host a remotable class in Internet Information Services (IIS). This allows you to ensure that the remotable classes will always be available, and it allows you to use IIS features such as SSL encryption and Integrated Windows authentication.
In order to host a remotable class in IIS, you must first create a virtual directory. The virtual directory will contain two things: a configuration ...