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.Net Application on share with permission List Folder/Read Data not allowed results in .Net Framework Initialization error

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I have a VS2005 VB.Net windows form application deployed to a share drive.
The windows explorer security permissions for the application (.exe) file is
set for Everyone with List Folder/Read Data not allowed. This is done so
that users cannot take away a copy of the .exe file. When I execute the
..exe from the client computer I get .Net Framework Initialization Error:
Unable to find a version of the runtime to run this application. The other
permissions are set as follows: Traverse Folder/Execute File is allowed,
Read Attributes is allowed, Read Permissions is allowed, all others not
allowed. The above settings works for VB6 applications but not the .Net
application. If I set the permission List Folder/Read Data to allow, the
..Net application works fine (but of course a user can now copy the program).

The client and server computers are both WinXP, SP2, with .Net Framework
2.0, peer to peer network. The .Net Framework Runtime Security Policy on
the client machine is set for FullTrust for URL pointing to the share and
has been tested.

Any ideas on how to set this up correctly so the .Net app will run from a
share with the .exe permission set to List Folder/Read Data not allowed?


Mar 15 '07 #1
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