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Caspol and .Net Configuration Tool - where are they

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.net 2.0 is installed on two computers.
caspol does not appear to be present on either.
the configuration tool does not seem to be on one - and I do not have sufficient access rights to access admin tools on the other.
I thought both these would be installed when the framework was installed?
Do they usually have to be installed specifically? Where do you get them etc
thanks
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I did this.

You probably need to grab a .NET 2.0 version of caspol.exe from the .NET Framework SDK 2.0.  Then, include it with the installation process for your application requiring the code access security change.  Put it wherever you want.  You can then run it as needed.  That's what I had to do.
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