Mathias Brandewinder on .NET, F#, VSTO and Excel development, and quantitative analysis / machine learning.
by Mathias 12. October 2009 10:54

I just found a solution to an issue which has been bothering me for a while. The reference article by Microsoft which describes how to deploy a Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office solution using Windows Installer (a life-saver) doesn’t say anything about how to grant trust to multiple assemblies. This is a problem if you want to use satellite dlls in your add-in.

I figured out a workaround a while back, but I wasn’t convinced this was a good solution. Today, I came across this thread, where the second post (by Lex007) describes a simple way to do that, by modifying the SetSecurity project. Instead of passing only one dll, the tweak allows to pass a comma-separated list of dlls. I just tried it out, and it works like a charm.

Comments

10/8/2009 4:58:22 AM #

trackback

VSTO Add-In installation woes

VSTO Add-In installation woes

Clear Lines Blog | Reply

12/7/2009 4:30:10 AM #

trackback

VSTO Add-In installation woes

VSTO Add-In installation woes

Deepak Dhakal..Not that personal | Reply

10/15/2012 2:14:11 AM #

trackback

VSTO Add-In installation woes

VSTO Add-In installation woes

Clear Lines Blog | Reply

7/14/2014 5:34:50 AM #

pingback

Pingback from prestamosrapidosnet.es

Banco Venezuela Citas | Prestamos Rapidos

prestamosrapidosnet.es | Reply

Add comment




  Country flag

biuquote
  • Comment
  • Preview
Loading



Comments

Comment RSS