StrongNameIdentityPermission can't get it working

Hi,

As part of the microsoft exam i'm just looking into this. So, I created an assembly (windows forms) and in the debug folder used the command prompt to put a .snk file. Then I looked at the public key using sn -k myassembly1.exe.

I went into my second assembly and put decorated the main() function with the code

   <StrongNameIdentityPermission(SecurityAction.Demand, PublicKey:="1fd86b19d3...............")> _

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Then I used 'Diagnostics.Process.Start("E:\My Documents\assembly2\bin\Debug\assembly2.exe") to start the second assembly which ran fine. Then I changed the public key so that it was incorrect and should throw and exception but it still ran fine.

Then, not knowing what to do, i changed the security zone in each of the projects to 'internet' just in case it will always run because of full trust or something. Second assembly still ran.

What do I need to do here?

Thanks, Aiden
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AidenAAuthor Commented:
sorry must have missed this one... exam is tomorrow so don't have time to look at this, but will take a look on mon... thanks for input though
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