Group policy for .net application on network share

Posted on 2010-03-31
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Last Modified: 2013-11-25
I have a .NET application (some are 1.1, some 2.0, some 3.5) which I want to put onto a central network share in my domain.  However domain users cannot run those without setting the .net configuration to "Trust" local intranet.

What I am looking for is where/how to set up a group policy to enable full trust on that zone for all users (xp or later) for both 1.1 and 2.0

I know you can manually run the utility from administration tools but that is too tedious for this deployment.
Question by:Tribmos
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by:Shreedhar Ette
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Refer this:

I hope this helps,

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That is for installing the .NET framework on a system.  I'm wanting to edit the security zones for the framework via group policy.  Thanks for the effort though.
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eguilherme earned 2000 total points
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you can create a msi installer that will set the group policy on the machine after executing it, and then i think you can mass execute that msi on several machines

at the framework configuration -> runtime security policy -> create deployment package

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