I'm developing a project using the .NET Flash Remoting technology.
The project was working fine on localhost, but when I uploaded to the host server, it failed to work. When I try to connect to the Flash Remoting Service, I get this message in the flash.log file:

"Error","3/9/2004 12:22:29 PM","FlashGateway.Delegates.RequestDeniedException : Request denied. Macromedia Flash Remoting MX is operating as a developer edition. To upgrade Macromedia Flash Remoting MX to a full licensed edition, please visit http://www.macromedia.com/go/flashremoting

Then I asked the support of the hosting company about that problem, and they told me that I must have had uploaded a "remoting" file with the developer version (as I have the developer version on my local system) causing the Flash Remoting service to be running the development version in the host.
What I uploaded to the host is the flashgateway.dll file required in the bin/ directory.

Am I making something wrong? Shouldn't I upload the flashgateway.dll file?

Please Help.
Thanks in advance,