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Can I create my own permission set?

  Shared By: Willard Washington    Date: Feb 25    Category: .Net Framework    Views: 1893


Yes. Use caspol -ap, specifying an XML file containing the permissions in the permission set. To save you some time, here is a sample file corresponding to the 'Everything' permission set - just edit to suit your needs. When you have edited the sample, add it to the range of available permission sets like this:

caspol -ap samplepermset.xml
Then, to apply the permission set to a code group, do something like this:

caspol -cg 1.3 SamplePermSet
(By default, 1.3 is the 'Internet' code group)


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