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How to set the .NET Framework Trust level yourself

You can set the trust level yourself by making a change to the web.config configuration file for your web application(s);
this only applies to IIS8 hosting packages.

          <trust level="Full" />

You can choose from the following policy names:

  • Full
  • High
  • Medium
  • Low
  • Minimal
  • Custom (= modified Medium trust policy)
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