InProc (In Process) COM Server: Server attaches to the client’s process address space like a dynamic link library. Example: COM DLL

Out-Of-Process COM Server: Server runs on its own address space which is never attached with client. Client and server interacts with out of process using marshalling which is provided by LPC for local server and RPC for remote server. Example: Local COM exe or remote COM server.

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