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Hi everyone, I have a problem deeling with sockets in C#. I have a Client/Server application (a Client application, and a Server application), the server handles many connections (many clients) and I'm ok with this, the server offers many services (File manager, Remote Desktop View, Remote Cam View, and others), the problem is that the client can download a file and use the Remote Desktop View at the same time so when I do this the messages are mixed. If anyone knows how to handle this kind of problems please provide me with a solution. thanks.

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You mean you're sending 2 different messages to the client at the same time on the same port ? Can't you send the messages sequentially ? Or using different ports based on the type of message you want to send ?

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