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I fail to create registry keys from Xml Web Service

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Hiya,

at this very moment I'm trying to write an XML Web Service for reading and
writing configuration/registry settings.
But for some reason I can read from the registry
('HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE') but I do not seem to be able to create keys.

The moment I call RegistryKey.OpenSubKey(whatever, true) or
RegistryKey.CreateSubKey(whatever) a 'System.Security.SecurityException' is
raised. and tells me 'Requested registry access is not allowed'.

Does anyone now how I can solve this problem?

ps. I really have to use the registry, because that already exists from
older native company products.
Kind regards,
Alexander
Nov 22 '05 #1
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By default the ASP.NET uses the ASPNET user account for access to any system resource. You can try granting this process the administrator rights on the local machine o
in the Web.Config file you can use the <identity impersonate="true" userName="xyz" password="abc"/
wher the username is the name of an account with sufficient priviledges to perform the neccessary action, in this case creating the registry ke

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