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Running executable from Network

When I try to deploy my windows application, the installer puts the program executable on the user's local machine...I would rather have the executable run from a folder on the network...this way it would be easier to manage updates...

I know that this is NOT possible by default...I get a violation of .NET security error...One way to make this possible to go to Control Panels and change the security level of the local intranet from 'partially trusted' to 'fully trusted'...but i'm not sure about what other security issues might arise from doing this...

Does anyone know of any other way of doing this??

Thanks,

Parveen

Nov 20 '05 #1
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sorry for the double-post...i kept getting an error saying that my message wasn't posted...i just saw the post right now...

"Parveen" wrote:
When I try to deploy my windows application, the installer puts the program executable on the user's local machine...I would rather have the executable run from a folder on the network...this way it would be easier to manage updates...

I know that this is NOT possible by default...I get a violation of .NET security error...One way to make this possible to go to Control Panels and change the security level of the local intranet from 'partially trusted' to 'fully trusted'...but i'm not sure about what other security issues might arise from doing this...

Does anyone know of any other way of doing this??

Thanks,

Parveen

Nov 20 '05 #2

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