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vrf .NET security exceptions and networked drives with VEE

Question asked by VRFuser on Sep 27, 2006
I discovered there are security controls tied to .NET assemblies (Thanks Qi).  Where the Application and Assemblies are loaded from are permission based.  My computer, local intranet (mapped drives), internet, etc all have different security setting knobs.
 
Logged in with administrative privileges on XP Pro, go to the control panel, Administrative tools, Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Configuration.
There are several choices - Under Configure Code Access Security Policy, Adjust Zone Security, Make Changes to this computer, Local Intranet, select Full Trust, Finish.
 
These settings should be reviewed by your IT staff prior to implementation.  The security implications of this change are unknown to me.
 
One final note on FTP - There is a smaller .NET assembly than Indy.Sockets (2.6MB). EDTFTP (edtftpnet.dll) is a much smaller .NET assembly (96K). 
http://www.enterprisedt.com/
 
Best Regards,
Joe Flynn
 


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From: Eddy Scherpereel [mailto:Eddy.Scherpereel@punchtelematix.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 12:15 AM
To: VRF
Cc: VRF
Subject: RE: [vrf] .NET security exceptions and networked drives with VEE



Hi Joe,

 

I have the same problem.

 

Attached 2 x FTP network monitorings.

 

One good and the other with Error 751.

 

Best regards

(Fr) Eddy

 

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From: Joe Flynn [mailto:jflynn@sequoiacommunications.com]
Sent: mardi 26 septembre 2006 23:52
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] .NET security exceptions and networked drives with VEE

 

Has anyone worked with modifying security for a .NET DLL to function correctly in VEE when both the VEE app and the .NET DLL are run from a mapped network drive?  My .NET DLL is an gnu FTP client. (edTFTp)

 

I'm getting Error 751, with a System.Security.SecurityException.

Request for the permission of type System.Net.SocketPermission, System, Version 1.0.5000.0 Culture=Neutral PublicKeyToken xxxx failed.

 

I have also tried moving the .NET DLL to the .NET framework folder on the PC locally, with the same result.

 

Thanks in advance.

Joe Flynn

 


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