Re: request permission with user interaction
From: Leon Jollans (Leon.JollansREMOVE__THIS_at_xaman.com)
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 13:48:33 +0100
This looks really useful Robert.
I have built an app that directly modifies the security.config file. I had
been hoping to deploy it to run with the MSI, this article may be the better
approach, so thanks.
"Robert May" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> The following article discusses this issue at some length:
> Basically, the answer is that the application itself can't request that
> permission level be raised for security reasons.
> However, you can write an MSI installer to do this for you that the users
> can either run before they run your app, or that you can use SMS or some
> other tool to deploy to their machines without user intervention.
> "Leon Jollans" <Leon.JollansREMOVE__THIS@xaman.com> wrote in message
> > is it possible for my URL (no-touch)-deployed app to request FullTrust
> > run pre-installed local code) and recieve it with user intervention? I'm
> > sure Java did this.
> > I need to find a more user friendly way of assigning trust to my code
> > having users explicitly go into control panel and do it from the .NET
> > Configuration. Indeed, some users on the network will not even be
> > into control panel.
> > Will signing my code allow me to do this - or have the effect of
> > fully trusted once the certificate is?
> > Or could I deploy a small client ( local machine context ) app that sets
> > permission (FullTrust to Intranet Zone)?
> > Thanks for your help
> > Leon