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App configuration

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How can I store two types of app configurations;

1. All Users: If this can be relatively easily read/modified either by
writing a simple interface or via notepad then that would be great.

2. Specific to each user: This needs to be read and modified by the app.


Apr 2 '06 #1
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If you are using VS 2005 then it is very simple thanks to the new My
namespace. Use my.settings with a scope of user (specific for each
user) and application (read-only and are shared between all users of
that application)

This msdn article should point you in the right direction.

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