Re: DPAPI and config files
From: Dan Amiga (dan.amiga_at_ness.com)
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 16:48:05 +0300
I am talking about Framework config files, not only Web.Config, also
How does this application block handels options that must exists before the
assembly loads such as processmodel / impersonation ?
"Paul Glavich [MVP - ASP.NET]" <firstname.lastname@example.org-NOSPAM> wrote in
> The configuration application block offers similar functionality but
> relegates most of the config info to another file (not the web.config) and
> encrypts that.
> - Paul Glavich
> Microsoft MVP - ASP.NET
> "Dan Amiga" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Hello. This is about DPAPI and configuration files.
> > Basically, what I understand is when loading the exe assembly the
> > takes parameters from the config file and loads them.
> > I want to store THE ENTIRE web.config ( or any other config file ) using
> > DPAPI.
> > That is - I want to develop a component which intercept the frameworks
> > request to the web.config, decrypt the config file stored in the DPAPI
> > protected storage and give it to the framework for regular execution.
> > The thing is - I want it to be transparent. I don't want other
> > teams to be concered and implement this logic in their applications.
> > Any idea's ?
> > Dan Amiga,
> > Israel.