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Host Winforms In IE

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Hello Everyone,

I have a control library full of controls that I am attempting to host in IE
using:

<object ..... classid="[location of assembly]#[classname]">
.....
</object>

This works wonderfully on my local machine (WinXP - IE7), after I set up the
..NET configuration to allow the assembly to have the rights it requires.
however when I install the same app on our development server (Win 2003 -
IE7) the control will not render to the browser on the server, but if I
connect from my local machine to the server the page will render without any
problems.

I have set all the code access permissions up properly and have even gone to
the extreme of allowing all code to have full access to the machine and
still nothing gets displayed to the browser, it just sits there like its
waiting for the control to download although the page has completed loading.
Here's the kicker though one of the controls in the assembly used to upload
a file to the server is loading and running without any problems.

The control that is not running is just a simple wrapper around the Crystal
Viewer with a few extra methods and properties used for passing parameters
to the viewer. I am at the end of my rope here, any help would be greatly
appreciated.

-Lost And Confused
Nov 2 '06 #1
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SORRY FOR DOUBLE POST :(

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