Logo 
Search:

.Net Framework FAQ

Submit Interview FAQ
Home » Interview FAQ » .Net FrameworkRSS Feeds

How do I change the permission set for a code group?

  Shared By: Helga Miller    Date: Nov 03    Category: .Net Framework    Views: 1806

Answer:

Use caspol. If you are the machine administrator, you can operate at the 'machine' level - which means not only that the changes you make become the default for the machine, but also that users cannot change the permissions to be more permissive. If you are a normal (non-admin) user you can still modify the permissions, but only to make them more restrictive. For example, to allow intranet code to do what it likes you might do this:

caspol -cg 1.2 FullTrust
Note that because this is more permissive than the default policy (on a standard system), you should only do this at the machine level - doing it at the user level will have no effect.

Share: 
 

Didn't find what you were looking for? Find more on How do I change the permission set for a code group? Or get search suggestion and latest updates.


Your Comment
  • Comment should be atleast 30 Characters.
  • Please put code inside [Code] your code [/Code].


Tagged: