XAML Browser Applications (XBAPs) are the combination of Web applications and rich-client applications. As Web applications, XBAPs are deployed to a Web server and started from a web browser (for example Firefox). As rich-client applications, XBAPs can take advantage of the capabilities of WPF. Developing XBAPs is also similar to rich-client development.
The following are the steps to create the XBAP application with full trust.
Step 1: Creating full trust XBAP Application
Then you can implement your requirements in the application using Syncfusion controls. If XBAP requires full trust, you can change your project to enable this permission. In Visual Studio, you can open your project properties->Security->“This is a full trust application”
Step 2: Authentication of the application
Signing the XBAP application is very important because the application has access to OS capabilities of client machine (even the web browser) and client does not allow full access for an unsigned application as it may not be genuine. In order to ensure the client that your application is genuine, you have to sign it with your company’s private code publishing certificate and get authenticated.
Step 3: Deployment in client
Before the application is used in a client machine, it is configured. Configuring the client machine involves,
Install your certificate installer MSI on client machines. After completing this procedure,
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