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.NET Framework permissions error

Posted on 2014-01-23
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Getting an error every time I try to access a function in a program.

Have updated .NET to latest versions and patches.

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See this link for how to resolve it:
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/c289a27a-3671-413c-8563-5b59bb7cd30f/access-error-request-for-the-permission-of-type-systemdataoledboledbpermission-systemdata

The most common cause of that error is if you're running on a network path.  Essentially .Net needs more permissions than when on local.  You can also run the configuration tool to grant permissions.
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