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Sockets are a low-level data transfer technology on top of which many networking protocols are implemented. UWP offers TCP and UDP socket classes for client-server or peer-to-peer applications, whether connections are long-lived or an established connection is not required. Sockets namespace. As a consequence of network isolation , Windows disallows establishing a socket connection Sockets or WinSock between two UWP apps running on the same machine; whether that's via the local loopback address For details about mechanisms by which UWP apps can communicate with one another, see App-to-app communication. A TCP Transmission Control Protocol socket provides low-level network data transfers in either direction for connections that are long-lived. TCP sockets are the underlying feature used by most of the network protocols used on the Internet. To begin with as few moving parts as possible—and to sidestep network isolation issues for the present—create a new project, and put both the client and the server code below into the same project. You'll need to declare an app capability in your project.
This feature is called "per-app VPN". You choose the managed apps that can use your VPN on devices managed by Intune. When using a per-app VPNs, end users automatically connect through the VPN, and get access to organizational resources, such as documents.