Re: Running programs located on server
From: Steen (Steen_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 02:51:02 -0800
The file mscorcfg.msc is there alright, but is not an executable one, like in
BUT, I found ConfigWizards.exe in the same directory, started it, adjusted
the security like you instructed, and... It works!
Thanks a lot, you saved my day Trevor!
"Trevor Lawrence" wrote:
> Tweaking the settings in IE will have no effect.
> I've had no experience with the .NET Framework on Win98, but it rather
> surprises me that the .NET Framework Configuration tool can't be found. On
> my XP box the tool is found at
> Your symptom really does match exactly what I'd expect from the default
> settings of the .NET Framework Runtime Security Policy.
> "Steen" <Steen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Thanks Trevor,
> > ...but I still cannot make it work.
> > I repeat that the laptop is running Win98, so the Admin Tool you are
> > referring to is not there!
> > I tried to adjust the Intranet security setting to "low", but that did not
> > help.
> > The partial/full-trust subject is new to me.
> > I will try to investigate, although I am convinced that the problem lies
> > in
> > the executing machine, not in the app.
> > But I have been wrong before!!
> > Thanks, anyway.
> > "Trevor Lawrence" wrote:
> >> It sounds like your application needs Full Trust which is what it gets
> >> when
> >> run from the local HD. If you run it from your local network it will be
> >> assigned Partial Trust with a bunch of restrictions. You need to do one
> >> of
> >> the following:
> >> Grant Full Trust to the Intranet zone. (Not recommended!)
> >> Rewrite the app so that it works under Partial Trust. There are some
> >> articles around on the MSDN site on how to do this if I recall.
> >> If the app is appropriately signed, you can grant Full Trust to the app
> >> or
> >> the publisher of the app.
> >> Etc.
> >> These changes are made with the .NET Configuration Tool that you will
> >> find
> >> in the Admin Tools group in the start menu.
> >> Trevor
> >> "Steen" <Steen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:2FA14A22-6F56-493A-AF75-04BB071C425D@microsoft.com...
> >> >I have a Win98 laptop which is connected to our local network.
> >> > I want to run a .NET program which is located on a server, but I am not
> >> > allowed to by the laptop.
> >> >
> >> > If I copy the exe to the harddisc, it will run ok.
> >> >
> >> > I guess its something about security settings in Win98, but I cannot
> >> > find
> >> > anything.
> >> >
> >> > Can anyone please help?