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Application Configuration Scenarios

.NET Framework 1.1

Configuration files usually contain different types of information depending on the type of application you build or run. This section describes several scenarios and highlights the typical settings for each.

In This Section

Configuring a Client Application
Describes typical tasks that an administrator must perform when installing a .NET Framework application, including security, remoting, and assembly binding configuration.
Configuring a Server Application
Describes server-side configuration for a typical client/server scenario.
Configuring Internet Explorer Applications
Describes how to configure a Microsoft Internet Explorer application to use remoting, third-party assemblies, and private assemblies.

Related Sections

Configuration File Schema
Provides the schema for configuration files.
.NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc)
Describes how to use the .NET Framework Configuration tool to configure applications and computers.
Code Access Security Policy Tool (Caspol.exe)
Describes how to examine and modify machine, user, and enterprise-level code access security policies.
Programming with Assemblies
Provides an overview of assemblies.
Accessing Objects in Other Application Domains Using .NET Remoting
Discusses remoting with .NET Framework applications.
Configuring Security Policy
Describes how to configure security.
Security Policy Model
Describes the security policy model.
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