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Windows Forms Programming in C# by Chris Sells

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Increasing Permissions

Although it's certainly possible to build full-featured applications that run within the confines of a reduced permission set, you can easily eliminate these restrictions by allowing well-known assemblies increased or even unrestricted permissions. This is especially useful in a corporate intranet in which client machines are configured by the same staff that deploys the NTD applications.

There are a number of ways to increase permissions for an assembly. For example, if you're unhappy with the changes that were made in .NET 1.0 SP1, you can raise or lower permissions for any zone as a whole using the Adjust .NET Security Wizard (available via the Microsoft .NET Framework Wizards item on the Administration Tools menu), ...

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