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How to put myself as publisher on C# code in VS 03 (to use with trust assembly)

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Hi,

I'm coding some small applications, that will run from a networkdrive.
To make the applications run from network drive, I need to trust every one
of them.
I use the .net Wizard, to give the applications full trust, then they run.

I can see, there's an oppertunity to trust all assemblys from one publisher.
But how can I put myself as publisher on my code in Visual Studio 2003?

Or is there another and more direct way, to make my applications run from a
network drive?

Best regards
Mads
Apr 6 '06 #1
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"Mads Westen" <mw@datasign.dk> wrote in
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Hi,

I'm coding some small applications, that will run from a networkdrive.
To make the applications run from network drive, I need to trust every
one of them.
I use the .net Wizard, to give the applications full trust, then they
run.

I can see, there's an oppertunity to trust all assemblys from one
publisher. But how can I put myself as publisher on my code in Visual
Studio 2003?


The 'publisher' is determined by the certificate used to sign the
assemblies. So you would have to get yourself a cert and sign your
assemblies with it.
--
Klaus H. Probst, MVP
http://www.simulplex.net/
Apr 6 '06 #2

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Hi Klaus,

How do one get a certificate then?
I could imagine it costs money?

Best regards
Mads

"Klaus H. Probst" <us*******@simulplex.net> skrev i en meddelelse
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"Mads Westen" <mw@datasign.dk> wrote in
news:OY**************@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl:
Hi,

I'm coding some small applications, that will run from a networkdrive.
To make the applications run from network drive, I need to trust every
one of them.
I use the .net Wizard, to give the applications full trust, then they
run.

I can see, there's an oppertunity to trust all assemblys from one
publisher. But how can I put myself as publisher on my code in Visual
Studio 2003?


The 'publisher' is determined by the certificate used to sign the
assemblies. So you would have to get yourself a cert and sign your
assemblies with it.
--
Klaus H. Probst, MVP
http://www.simulplex.net/

Apr 6 '06 #3

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