In-browser trusted applications
Having trusted applications, which are executed as if they were desktop applications, is a powerful and interesting idea, but what happens if we need to have elevated permissions for applications running in the browser? For instance, a bank's intranet.
Silverlight 5 incorporates in-browser trusted applications, whose main features are as follows:
- It is a specific functionality for enterprise applications.
- The administrator controls which applications can be executed via group policy.
- The user is not asked and neither is the application installed. It is marked as valid, so it will be executed by the administrator.
- It can be integrated as part of an HTML website, without the need to give elevated permissions to the entire ...