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Querying the local machine security policy

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Is there any way for a program when loaded to query the local machine zone
to determine what the security policy settings are and what permissions are
available.

The program I have written requires access to almost all permissions
requiring the full trust in the my computer zone. If the local machine
security level has been set otherwise then I would have to error trap
virtually every call to the registry, file IO and environment. There has to
be an easier way although I just can't seem to find it in the help info.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

Mike
Feb 19 '06 #1
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I hope this gets you started. Needs some work yet.

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Is there any way for a program when loaded to query the local machine zone
to determine what the security policy settings are and what permissions
are available.

The program I have written requires access to almost all permissions
requiring the full trust in the my computer zone. If the local machine
security level has been set otherwise then I would have to error trap
virtually every call to the registry, file IO and environment. There has
to be an easier way although I just can't seem to find it in the help
info.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

Mike

Feb 19 '06 #2

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