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    Visual Studio 8 problem

    Hello. I have installed this software as it is part of the A2 course this year. First of all I had to give permission to save exe's to the student home drive, then permission to run exe's from the student home drive. The problem now is then when you open the Visual Studio project it says: "The project location is not trusted". On looking on Google most links say use "Mscorcfg.msc" or "Caspol.exe". I have tried both options but still have same problem. Anybody come across something like this?
    Steve Walker.
    Stockton Sixth Form College.

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    You will need to update the security for .net packages on "Local Intranet" to Full I think.

    There should be a little .net framework wizards tool in administrative tools in control panel. It creates an MSI of the updated option, which you can then deploy using group policy.

    Give me a PM if you want some help
    Mark

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