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Using Network Drive for Development

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Using Visual SourceSafe, I've done a "Get Latest Version"
of a project tree onto a network drive. When I use Visual
Studio .NET and try to open the project using its Solution
File, I get the following warning:

"The proejct location is not fully trusted by the .NET
runtime. This is usually beacause it is either a network
share or mapped to a network share not on the local
machine. If the output path is under the project
location, your code will not execute as fully trusted and
you may receive unexpected security exceptions."

Curiously, a co-worker of mine who has identical user
account privileges to mine, logs on, on my machine and
tries to open the same solution file and gets no warnings
and the IDE comes up just fine.

Would anyone know how I can fix this problem. Please send
me an email if you have any clues.

Thanks Much,
Jay Afshar
Jul 19 '05 #1
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