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Making dotnet Trust my LAN

How do I make the .NET framework trust my local area network?
I keep getting the error message whenever I load a project from
the network, and I need to always store all of my projects on the
network, How can I do this?
Jul 22 '05 #1
2 2010
In order to do so you will need to raise the trust level for your local
intranet to Full Trust, to do so, head on over to your Control Panel, and
inside of the Administrative Tools group you’ll find the Microsoft .NET
Framework X.Y Wizards (where X.Y) is the version of the framework you have
installed that you want to configure.

Once you’ve found it, open it up and when prompted choose Adjust .NET
Security. Next you choose between having the changes you will make soon be
made just for the current user or for the system. This choice is up to you
depending on your needs.

When you’ve made your choice, hit Next and choose Local Intranet from the
available zones. Next, crank the slider all of the way up to Full Trust and
hit next.

Finally, hit Finish to exit the Wizard. Now your security settings will
allow .NET apps to be run on your local machine over the local network.

Brendan
"Peter Olcott" wrote:
How do I make the .NET framework trust my local area network?
I keep getting the error message whenever I load a project from
the network, and I need to always store all of my projects on the
network, How can I do this?

Jul 22 '05 #2
(f) MSCorCfg Change .NET 1.0 IntraNet Security to FullTrust
Program---->C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\FrameWork\v1.0.3705\mscorc fg.msc

Settings--->My Computer\Runtime Security Policy\Machine\Code Groups\LocalIntranet_Zone\Properties\Permission Set\FullTrust

"Peter Olcott" <ol****@att.net> wrote in message news:RoeAe.3770$Zt.546@okepread05...
How do I make the .NET framework trust my local area network?
I keep getting the error message whenever I load a project from
the network, and I need to always store all of my projects on the
network, How can I do this?

Sep 11 '05 #3

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