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Configuring Permission Sets Using the .NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc) 

Each security policy level has a set of permission sets that can be associated with code groups on that level. You can create a permission set for a particular level and associate it with a new or existing code group.

You can use the .NET Framework Configuration tool (Mscorcfg.msc) to configure permission sets.

NoteNote

The .NET Framework includes several built-in permission sets. The only built-in permission set that can be changed is the Everything permission set.

In This Section

How to: Create Permission Sets

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to create a permission set and associate it with a code group.

How to: Remove Permission Sets

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to remove a permission set.

How to: Add Permissions to a Permission Set

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to add a permission to a permission set.

How to: Remove Permissions from a Permission Set

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to remove a permission from a permission set.

How to: Modify Permissions in a Permission Set

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to modify a permission in a permission set.

Related Sections

Configuring Security Policy Using the .NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc)

Describes how to add and change code groups and permission sets, and perform other security policy tasks using the .NET Framework Configuration tool.

Configuring Security Policy

Describes how to configure security policy.

.NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc)

Describes how to use the configuration tool to configure applications and computers.

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