.Net Configuration - Adjust .Net Security - Make changes to this computer disabled

Posted on 2006-04-27
Last Modified: 2010-04-11
I have a VB.Net application that I have deployed and is working fine on other Windows 2000 pc's in our domain when I change the security settings in the .Net Configuration to trust the assembly or set the local internet to full trust except on one pc.  When I go into change the assembly to full trust it tells me that the security policy will not allow the change.  When I go to change the Local Ineternet to full trust the Make changes to local machine is disabled(Grayed out).  Is there a setting in the local security policy that I have to change or something else.

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