Run VB.net application from network server


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Guest

I have an application written on VB.net 2003. I need to put it on a server so
users could run it. But I have to go to Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Wizards
trough each computer to make a changes in Trust an Assembly. Is there a way
to run application from a server without changing each computer?


I have created strong name key and when I put it to AssemblyInfo.vb in
application and compile it I’m getting bunch of errors saying that some
references do not have strong name.


For example, I'm getting error: Unable to emit assembly: Referenced assembly
'Interop.MSAdodcLib' does not have a strong name
 
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Eric Moreau

Each computer has to trust your assembly. Instead of going through the
wizard on each PC, you can create a batch file that calls CASPOL.EXE and
give correct permissions. You can then ask users to run this batch file (if
they have local admin permissions)

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HTH

Éric Moreau, MCSD, Visual Developer - Visual Basic MVP
Conseiller Principal / Senior Consultant
Moer inc. (http://www.emoreau.com)
Membre du réseau .NET Expertise www.dotnet-expertise.com
 
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Paul Clement

¤ I have an application written on VB.net 2003. I need to put it on a server so
¤ users could run it. But I have to go to Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Wizards
¤ trough each computer to make a changes in Trust an Assembly. Is there a way
¤ to run application from a server without changing each computer?
¤
¤
¤ I have created strong name key and when I put it to AssemblyInfo.vb in
¤ application and compile it I’m getting bunch of errors saying that some
¤ references do not have strong name.

You can create a Deployment Package to do this. See the following MS KB article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/897296


Paul
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Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)
 

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