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Learning .NET High-performance Programming by Antonio Esposito

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Working with AppDomains

An application domain (AppDomain) is a kind of virtual application. It contains and runs code, starts multiple threads, and links to any needed reference, such as external assemblies or COM libraries.

Application domains can be created to isolate portions of an application and prevent them from directly contacting other portions; to configure different kinds of security authorizations, such as with Code Access Security (CAS) techniques to limit I/O access, network access, and so on; or to simply increment the whole security level of the application by isolating different application contexts from others.

Working with AppDomains

AppDomain usage for ...

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