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I'm trying to get .NET Remoting to work on Windows Azure, with a web role. I get a 500 internal server error when trying to access the URL. I've tried using Azure MMC (, but I'm only able to get Infrastructure Logs. No Event Logs, Azure Logs or similar. What am I doing wrong? I've tried setting the log level filter to critical, error, warning and even undefined, without any luck.

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Here's an example of using .NET remoting on Windows Azure -

Regarding diagnostics, you can check this nice post by Neil Mackenzie. Hope it helps.

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