Re: Word 2003 with VSTO 2003 stops working when .Net Framework Beta 2 is installed
It is yorking now and I posted how I did solve the problem on my blog here
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[Microsoft ASP.NET MVP]
It is interesting. Porting security settings should solve it, so I
would be interested to see cases when it does not.
The only other case I know of when VSTO 2003 customization would not
run on CLR 2.0 is if it was deployed to the web without a .config
file, then cached in IE-cached and accessed in offline mode from IE
cache. CLR decided to not load managed applications from IE cache if
there is no .config file in the cache.
Can you repro the failure to load customization with just a simple
2003 customization not deployed to the web?
Do not hesitate contacting me directly at my microsoft address -
mshneer is my alias
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