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Configuring Code Groups Using the .NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc)

Configuring Code Groups Using the .NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc)

A code group checks whether an assembly matches an administrator-defined criteria called a membership condition. If the assembly matches, the code group grants the assembly a set of permissions that has been associated with that code group.

You can use the .NET Framework Configuration tool (Mscorcfg.msc) to configure code groups.

Important noteImportant

Mscorcfg.msc has been removed from the .NET Framework version 4 and later versions. This documentation applies only to earlier versions of the .NET Framework. For more information about security changes in the .NET Framework 4, see Security Changes in the .NET Framework 4.

How to: Create Code Groups

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

How to: Make Code Groups Exclusive or Level Final

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to make code groups exclusive or level final.

How to: Change Permission Sets Associated with an Existing Code Group

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to change permission sets that are associated with an existing code group.

How to: Change Membership Conditions for a Code Group

Describes how to use Mscorcfg.msc to change membership conditions for a code group.

Code Group Attributes

Describes the Exclusive and LevelFinal code-group attributes.

Configuring Security Policy

Describes how to configure security policy.

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.

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