I am very new to MessageQueuing. I have 2 computers (XP SP2) using MSMQ.
Desktop1 hosts a private queue. Desktop2 has to listen to messages arriving
to the queue hosted by Desktop1.
The program running in Desktop2 uses .NET framework 2.0. It creates a
System.Messageing.MessageQueue object, sets its path to refer to the queue in
Desktop1 and calls BeginReceive method to start listening for messages. When
the BeginReceive method is called, it gets a MessageQueueException saying
"Remote computer is not available".
Desktop2 has symantec firewall installed. The symantec intrusion detection
has stopped a request from going out of desktop2 to desktop1 when it calls
BeginReceive method. The symantec log file says "Attempted Intrusion
'MSRPC_MSMQueryProp_BO' from your machine against Desktop1.ad2.prod,
Intruder: Desktop2". The symantec intrusion detection software did not let
the Desktop2 establish the link to listen for message arriving to the queue
Is there a way I can fix this issue. If symantec software looks at it as an
illegal request, is there a way i can make this request properly so that
symantec does not block it?
Please let me know if this is not the appropriate forum for this and direct
me to a different one.