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What are the limitations for client and developer in C#.net window application ??

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currently i am working on C# .net window application (online test portal)..

i want to know that What are the limitations for client and developer in C#.net window application ??
functionality limitations , hardware interface limitations etc ..

give me some suggestions ....
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That's a very vague question. Do you have any particular requirement in mind that you think you might not be able to meet?

Interaction with the OS and filesystem is generally going to be restricted by user permissions and group policy restrictions, which are configurable by the user/administrator.

Direct communication with the hardware is generally restricted too. Although some API's offer more direct access than others.
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