Re: Application directory and mscorcfg
You need to make sure that the version of mscorcfg.msc that you are using is
the one that targets the specific .NET application. Also, if your
application is installed as windows client, it is implicitly trusted; that
is, it can write anywhere.
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"Robert Scheer" <email@example.com> wrote in message
I am trying to set up a new group with some permissions under
mscorcfg. For the group condition type I am choosing Application
Directory and the set of permissions I have defined.
What I want is to tell that applications coming from a specific
directory can't write to any file on c:\ and its subdirectories. But
when I run my application it still can write to text files for
example. Can I use mscorcfg for this kind of configuration? What
exactly is the Application Directory condition type?
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