Security Exception error

Hello I have using VB.Net in a network environment.  They use a network mapped drive (g:) wherewith they do they project when they type g:\filename an error appears "the project location is not fully trusted by the .NET runtime.......".   Anyway I have been reading up and they told me to use mscorcfg.msc.  When I go to Administrative Tool to load the file I get the error unable to open selected file.

I tried this command caspol -m -ag 1.2 urlname FullTrust.  For the urlname I want to type g:\ but it is not working I tried \\servername\%username%$ that is not working either.

How can I get mscorcfg.msc to open and how can I use the caspol command to set fulltrust for multiple users.
rwhittleAsked:
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ihenryCommented:

Read this article might help
http://gnonug.xocomp.net/Support/FAQ/85.aspx
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rwhittleAuthor Commented:
I read that article already, but I am unable to execute mscorcfg.msc  it gives me an error "unable to open selected file".  I tried to use caspol command but I need to set it for multiple users.  Thanks for helping
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
You need to adjust the security.

Open the Control Panel
Open Administrative tools
Open Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1 Wizards
Click Adjust .Net Security
click Next
Select Local Intranet
Change the level of trust to Full
click next
click Finish
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rwhittleAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot it worked fine.
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