Windows Features

Enable MSMQ DCOM Proxy in Windows 11

The DCOM Proxy feature enables MSMQ applications to use MSMQ DCOM API to connect to a remote MSMQ Server

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Enable MSMQ DCOM Proxy in Windows 11: Microsoft Message Queuing Distributed Component Object Model(MSMQ DCOM) Proxy in Windows 11 is a component that allows applications to communicate with MSMQ servers using DCOM (Distributed Component Object Model) technology. MSMQ provides a messaging infrastructure that enables applications to send messages to queues and ensures reliable communication between distributed systems. The DCOM Proxy helps bridge the communication between local applications and remote MSMQ services, facilitating seamless message exchange over the network. In this guide, we will navigate the steps of How to Enable MSMQ DCOM Proxy in Windows 11. Also, Check out: Enable MSMQ Server in Windows 11

  • Open the Run command box using the shortcut Win Key + R.
  • Enter optionalfeatures in the run command box.
    Optional Features
    Optional Features
  • Windows Features dialog box will open now.
  • Expand Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) Server Node by clicking on the plus sign next to it.
    Expand MSMQ Node
    Expand MSMQ Node
  • Now, you can find the MSMQ DCOM Proxy. Please select it and click OK.
    Enable MSMQ DCOM Proxy in Windows 11
    Enable MSMQ DCOM Proxy in Windows 11
  • That is it, Windows 11 will now search for the required files.
    Searching for the required files
    Searching for the required files
  • Then, it will apply the necessary changes.
    Applying Changes
    Applying Changes
  • Click Restart if you are prompted to restart or click Close accordingly. However, it is suggested to restart right away so that the changes made will reflect.
    Close
    Close
  • MSMQ DCOM Proxy is now enabled on your Windows 11 PC. Enjoy seamless connectivity! 
Interesting Facts on DCOM
DCOM (Distributed Component Object Model) is a Microsoft technology that allows software components to communicate directly over a network in a distributed environment. It extends the Component Object Model (COM) to support communication among objects on different computers, allowing applications to be distributed across multiple machines while maintaining interoperability and functionality. Also check out: How to Create Component Services Management Console Shortcut in Windows 11

Take away:

This setup ensures that your applications can reliably send and receive messages, benefiting from the robustness and security features of MSMQ. Following the steps outlined in this guide, you can easily enable the MSMQ DCOM Proxy in Windows 11, optimizing your system for efficient message queuing in a distributed environment. Happy Coding! Peace out!

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