Named-pipe Error: Unable to create named pipe w/err 0x0000007b

Unable to create named pipe w/err 0x0000007b

I am getting the above error when I try to connect the server and client on different machines.

The code I got from MSDN Link:

I am using Windows 7 machines to communicate.

#define FULL_PIPE_NAME L".pipeSamplePipe"

To communicate with different machines I changed the above line to:

#define FULL_PIPE_NAME L"My Machine's IP addresspipeSamplePipe"

Note: In the same machine itself, it will work only if the path is : L"

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