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Share authorization

Share authorization

Share authorization

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Anyone solved this? I have my development work on a share. I have followed the instructions to authorize this, started mmc, gone through the steps to add a url to IntranetZone, I come to the instruction "add the .net sdk to the share location of your project". Whatever does this mean? Anyway I added the url for the share (Am I meant to copy the sdk to the drive or what?) On hitting enter I get "SystenDllNot FoundException unable to load DLL [mscortim.dll]".

Anyone have any ideas?

RE: Share authorization

Sorry, I don't have an answer to your question but it prompted me to ask a question.  I noticed the .NET SDK CD just the other day and thought it might be for developing other Common Runtime Language modules, just a guess.  Can anyone give me examples of what the SDK might be used for?   

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