ASP .NET Visual Studio Network Server Permissions Error

ASP .NET: Visual Studio 2005 Generating Error:

"Error      1      Could not load file or assembly 'RichChart.RichChart, Version=1.0.128.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=9de888868d1712bc' or one of its dependencies. Failed to grant minimum permission requests. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131417)            
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Note:
1) Visual Studio is running on an XP Workstation which logs onto a local Win 2003 Server (Workgroup setup) in the same network.
2) All aspx files, as well as Assembilies, are located on a 'Z' drive which is basically a mapped drive from the Server in the XP machine.
3) The Server has a Virtual Directory setup and there is no errors if I go through a browser like myserver.com/myvirtualdirectory/myfile.aspx
4) I have manually given all users, all Full Permissions (even to 'Everyone') on the BIN file for the Application.
5) Tweaking the Web.config file has not helped though there is something that can still be done.

It looks to me that Visual Studio is enable to meet some authentication criteria to launch pages.

Please help.
Thanks.

irfantakAsked:
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zlatyCommented:
did you make the virtual directory an application?
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irfantakAuthor Commented:
Hmmm. I thought it automatically does otherwise I cannot access it by http://myserver.com/myvirtualdirectory where 'myvirtualdirectory' does not have to be in the root of the server.
So, yes, just double checked, it is Applcation in IIS and I can 'Remove' it in IIS, if needed.
Thanks.
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irfantakAuthor Commented:
Hello! Anyone?
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zlatyCommented:
Not exactly sure on how everything is setup.
First make sure that the virtual directory is an application by
right clicking virtual directory and select properties
on virtual directory tab make sure application is not grayed out if so create application

Second is the folder that contains the source not actually on the server? Is it on the xp workstation if so take a look at this article on creating a code trust between the server and the workstation.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q320268

Hope this helps
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irfantakAuthor Commented:
Thank you again.
Yes, certainly, the application is not greyed out in IIS.

Also, the server hosts the source files. The XP machine has a local mapped drive (Z:\)  to the c:\inetpub\wwwroot folder and the mapped drive also 'reconnects' after I login to the XP workstation because there is a similar uid/pw account on both XP and server machines.

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irfantakAuthor Commented:
Okay, it seems like:

http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=102176

May have a solution. When I choose 'Custom Web Server' under Website-> Starup Option then I get the error of:
""Unable to start debugging on the web server. You were not connected because a duplicate name exists on the network. Go to System in Control Panel to change the computer name and try again."
"

Solving this should help me solve my problem using VStudio to launch remote/network server's applications?
Thanks.
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irfantakAuthor Commented:
Well, I fixed the problem by following ScottGu's blog from the ASP.NET site. Basically, on the XP machine I changed some settings in the.NET framework to allow 'Full Trust' and then launched the remote application in VStudio's default web server.
Thanks.
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