It is a very simple monitoring system.
SSL is okay for this as far as I am concerned.
As others have say to you already, just concentrate your efforts in the
development of the client and server code. Leave the data encryption to
the last stage of the project.
Starting with the SSL components, just because you want your data
exchange to have some kind of protection in the final implementation, is
Start it simple, and increase the complexity after you are comfortable
with what you have already.
For me the mosty important here is to learn one thing at a time.
So, leave SSL apart for now.
If I listen you,
I have to start learning something else also. Your way of handling is
not going to help me to understand the ICS sockets better it will make
things more complicated and difficult.
Where I said that. It's exactly the contrary. You are the one that
insist in the usage of a complex component from the start.
Would you help me with few code examples if I do exactly what you are
You have all you need to start in the ICS standard samples, and Francois
and others already pointed you to the correct ones, and even gave you
code examples to specific questions, but you continue asking the same
questions, over and over again. My feel is that your knowledge of the
Delphi language itself is very limited, and this is not the right place
to learn it.
If you really want to help me,
Post me few examples (don't explain) of how to?
- Send command to the client socket by using it's computer name
It was been explained to you already, more than one time.
- Recieve WMI information from the client socket ==> I am not asking
you to help with WMI, I can do it myself, all I need is how to connect
to WMI from server socket to the client socket and receive the data.
Already explained too. Use the ongoing client to server connection to
send data to the client.
- How to handle the errors of sockets (example: if client loses the
connection it gives error in the window, how this can be handled in
Just ask this directly in the list. I'm not an expert in the subject.
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