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Exposing Winform at intranet - AutoComplete

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1823 Nov 28,2002 12:29 AM UTC Dec 4,2002 03:22 AM UTC Windows Forms 2
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Brastel Kabushiki Gaisha
Asked On November 28, 2002 12:29 AM UTC

I develop a small application and now i'm try to expose it at yours intranet, the app. is working fine but when try to expose some errors are displayed : Unhandled Exception: System.UnauthorizedAccessException: Access to the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Syncfusion\AutoComplete is denied. at Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.AutoComplete.DeSerializeList() at Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.AutoComplete.set_CategoryName(String value) at ctlAddress.ctlAddress.InitializeComponent() in D:\DotNet\ctlAddress\ctlAddress.vb:line 304 at ctlAddress.ctlAddress..ctor() in D:\DotNet\ctlAddress\ctlAddress.vb:line 17 at AddressContainer.Form1.InitializeComponent() in D:\DotNet\AddressContainer\Form1.vb:line 36 at AddressContainer.Form1..ctor() in D:\DotNet\AddressContainer\Form1.vb:line 10 at AddressContainer.Form1.Main() in D:\DotNet\AddressContainer\Form1.vb:line 1 This error are showed inside my browser. Any tip ? Regards, Genival - Brastel - JAPAN

Davis Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 2, 2002 04:05 PM UTC

Hi, You will need to set the security for the syncfusion dlls hosted on your intranet on the target PC's for this to work. The way to do this is to open the .NET Configuration utility. Open up Control Panel >> Administrative Tools >> Microsoft .NET Framework Configuration Select RunTime Security Policy >> Machine >> Code_Groups >> All_Code node. Then right-click this All_Code node and select New. On the second page of the wizard, select URL and give it a wild card link to cover all files in a the particular URL. http://www.yourserver.com/yourfiles/* Then drop all the DLLs and EXEs into that folder. Please let us know if you have any additional questions. Regards, Davis

Brastel Kabushiki Gaisha
Replied On December 4, 2002 03:22 AM UTC

Thanks again... Genival - JAPAN > Hi, > > You will need to set the security for the syncfusion dlls hosted on your intranet on the target PC's for this to work. > > The way to do this is to open the .NET Configuration utility. > > Open up Control Panel >> Administrative Tools >> Microsoft .NET Framework Configuration > > Select RunTime Security Policy >> Machine >> Code_Groups >> All_Code node. > > Then right-click this All_Code node and select New. > > On the second page of the wizard, select URL and give it a wild card link to cover all files in a the particular URL. > > http://www.yourserver.com/yourfiles/* > > Then drop all the DLLs and EXEs into that folder. > > Please let us know if you have any additional questions. > > Regards, > > Davis

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