Using Local Namespace to Create Shared Memory Queue

Sep 4, 2012 at 10:03 AM

Hi, Guys,

We are using the WSP things, it really helps us a lot. Thanks all of you

Currently, we had some problems on Window 7. Our user don't have the administrator right on their workstation, and after learning something from MSDN, we know it's hard to create the shared memory queue (file-mapping object) under kernal Global namespace. Now we had modified th source code to use the Local namespace to create the queues, from the surface, everything works for us. After received the event from Parent router (Server), the client router can forward the event to the client run on user's pc, the subscriber.

do you guys have comments on what we do, is it possible to make the whole things still work by just changing the namespace to Local. Is there any security hole left after we made that change. Is there anything we missed.

Thanks again

Coordinator
Sep 4, 2012 at 1:22 PM

I would have expected a client app on the user's pc to have a problem receiving and sending events. But if things work ok then that is good. You didn't affect security at all.

Sep 5, 2012 at 5:11 AM

Thanks Keithh