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Trick to getting Xcopy distribution to work?

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Is there a trick (or is it even possible) to get an xcopy distribution of an
app to work on restricted-privilege domain users' workstations? I have the
appropriate application properties set in the project:
Auth mode: Windows
Onclick enabled
Full Trust
Signed with Strong Name key file

I invariably get a .Net security warning/error upon either launch or
shutdown. The domain-authenticated users do not have any elevated privs on
the workstation itself, only domain-based privileges. So the main question
it this: is an Xcopy distributin even possible in a normal (ie, secured)
domain environment? Are there any GOOD, CURRENT docs on xcopy distro and/or
OneClick?

Thanks,
Jack
Dec 3 '07 #1
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"Jack Black" <ja********@hotmail.comwrote in
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I invariably get a .Net security warning/error upon either launch or
shutdown. The domain-authenticated users do not have any elevated
privs on the workstation itself, only domain-based privileges. So the
main question it this: is an Xcopy distributin even possible in a
normal (ie, secured) domain environment? Are there any GOOD, CURRENT
docs on xcopy distro and/or OneClick?
Is your application using permissions beyond what's allowed for the zone?

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Dec 3 '07 #2

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