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The remote machines just need the dot net framework installed (1.1). They dont even need mysql odbc since they talk to the master directly via TCP for information.




So, no, you dont need IIS or mysql or any other database on a remote. You just need dotnet framework 1.1 and the tcadmin installer and a monitor.config file generated by your webserver.

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