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Where in GroupPolicy can you adjust DotNet framework security?

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ct******@pierceassociates.com
Chris Thunell
Oct 10 '05 #1
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Hi chris,

What are you trying to do? Are you talking about setting code groups or
permission sets etc.? I would love to know what you are trying to accomplish.
This has been a significant issue for a small group of folks. When you push
..NET security to apps it is not a simple process and having it managed via
policy would be nice.

"Chris Thunell" wrote:
Where in GroupPolicy can you adjust DotNet framework security?

Thanks!
ct******@pierceassociates.com
Chris Thunell

Oct 10 '05 #2

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I have manually gone around and given dotNet Full Trust permissions to all
Intranet sites (IE) by using the dotnet framework wizards. I'd like to
avoid using sneaker net - and distribute this setting via group policy. Any
ideas?

Chris
ct******@pierceassociates.com
"Kevin Sullivan (MVP Group Policy)"
<Ke*************************@discussions.microsoft .com> wrote in message
news:88**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi chris,

What are you trying to do? Are you talking about setting code groups or
permission sets etc.? I would love to know what you are trying to
accomplish.
This has been a significant issue for a small group of folks. When you
push
.NET security to apps it is not a simple process and having it managed via
policy would be nice.

"Chris Thunell" wrote:
Where in GroupPolicy can you adjust DotNet framework security?

Thanks!
ct******@pierceassociates.com
Chris Thunell

Oct 10 '05 #3

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Chris-
The way this is meant to work is that you configure your CAS settings using
the .Net Configuration MMC snap-in. Then you right-click on Runtime Security
Policy and choose "Create Deployment Package". This creates a .msi install
package that you can then use with GP Software Installation to deploy to
your client computers.

Darren

--
Darren Mar-Elia
MS-MVP-Windows Server--Group Policy
Check out http://www.gpoguy.com -- The Windows Group Policy Information Hub:
FAQs, Whitepapers and Utilities for all things Group Policy-related
Just Released! The new Windows Group Policy Guide from Microsoft Press!!!
Check it out at http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/8763.asp
"Chris Thunell" <ct******@pierceassociates.com> wrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
I have manually gone around and given dotNet Full Trust permissions to all
Intranet sites (IE) by using the dotnet framework wizards. I'd like to
avoid using sneaker net - and distribute this setting via group policy.
Any ideas?

Chris
ct******@pierceassociates.com
"Kevin Sullivan (MVP Group Policy)"
<Ke*************************@discussions.microsoft .com> wrote in message
news:88**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi chris,

What are you trying to do? Are you talking about setting code groups or
permission sets etc.? I would love to know what you are trying to
accomplish.
This has been a significant issue for a small group of folks. When you
push
.NET security to apps it is not a simple process and having it managed
via
policy would be nice.

"Chris Thunell" wrote:
Where in GroupPolicy can you adjust DotNet framework security?

Thanks!
ct******@pierceassociates.com
Chris Thunell


Oct 10 '05 #4

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I have created an msi and when I run it manually the configuration changes
shows up in MMC, but when pushed with Group policy it says it installed but
does not show in MMC. I have .msi package assigned by user configuration
installed at logon. The users are in the admin group. What could be wrong?

Thanks,

"Darren Mar-Elia" wrote:
Chris-
The way this is meant to work is that you configure your CAS settings using
the .Net Configuration MMC snap-in. Then you right-click on Runtime Security
Policy and choose "Create Deployment Package". This creates a .msi install
package that you can then use with GP Software Installation to deploy to
your client computers.

Darren

--
Darren Mar-Elia
MS-MVP-Windows Server--Group Policy
Check out http://www.gpoguy.com -- The Windows Group Policy Information Hub:
FAQs, Whitepapers and Utilities for all things Group Policy-related
Just Released! The new Windows Group Policy Guide from Microsoft Press!!!
Check it out at http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/8763.asp
"Chris Thunell" <ct******@pierceassociates.com> wrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
I have manually gone around and given dotNet Full Trust permissions to all
Intranet sites (IE) by using the dotnet framework wizards. I'd like to
avoid using sneaker net - and distribute this setting via group policy.
Any ideas?

Chris
ct******@pierceassociates.com
"Kevin Sullivan (MVP Group Policy)"
<Ke*************************@discussions.microsoft .com> wrote in message
news:88**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi chris,

What are you trying to do? Are you talking about setting code groups or
permission sets etc.? I would love to know what you are trying to
accomplish.
This has been a significant issue for a small group of folks. When you
push
.NET security to apps it is not a simple process and having it managed
via
policy would be nice.

"Chris Thunell" wrote:

Where in GroupPolicy can you adjust DotNet framework security?

Thanks!
ct******@pierceassociates.com
Chris Thunell



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