Deploying .NET Security Policy Updates
Chapter 3 described how your code is restricted to certain actions depending on where your application is run from. For example, if you run your Visual Basic .NET application from your local computer, it runs unrestricted. On the other hand, if you run your application directly from the Internet, you’ll find that the code might not execute without throwing a security exception. The default rules provided by the .NET security system determine what your application can and cannot do depending on where it is run. But what if you could change the rules to allow your application to do what it needs to do?
Update .NET Enterprise Security Policy
Chapter 3 showed you how to change the FileAccess application to play ...