Re: Deploy via URL

From: Michael Giagnocavo [MVP] (mggUNSPAM_at_Atrevido.net)
Date: 06/30/03

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    Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 14:54:51 -0600
    
    

    What about using a strong-name (signing it) and then setting the
    policy to give permissions to that assembly, based on the strong name
    signature?
    -mike
    MVP

    "Peter" <peter.smith@navy.mil> wrote in message
    news:028801c33e43$0da676d0$a001280a@phx.gbl...
    > I am attempting to deploy a dotnet .exe via a URL but
    > encountering exceptions due to the use of some code that
    > tries to read the clients IP address. I have read
    > various articles about setting the users group policy but
    > would like to know why I can not just sign the code; have
    > a notice pop up that shows the certificate. I have done
    > this with ActiveX CAB files that run via Internet
    > Explorer. Our IT department is very restrictive and will
    > allow signed code, they will not allow group policy
    > changes and lock down the users systems from basically
    > doing anything. Thanks in Advance.
    >
    > Peter


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