Visual studio 2008 VSTO deployment for office 2003


B

Biggaford

I created a VSTO solution (add-in) with Visual studio 2008 for visio 2003. i
used the .NET framework 2.0.

I need help with step by step deployment instructions using the setup
project. I want to deploy to multiple machines (clients).

I have read some instrunctions that includes copying manifests, to
deployment location, how do i know the different files i would need to place
in the deployment folder?

Is the deployment folder the path specified during the setup?

How do i grant full trust to the assemblies? I read that i am to do it but
don't know how to.

I looked at the pre-requisites:
Installed the .NET framework
The VSTO runtime
grant trust to assemblies


Thanks in advance.
 
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B

Biggaford

Biggaford said:
I created a VSTO solution (add-in) with Visual studio 2008 for visio 2003. i
used the .NET framework 2.0.

I need help with step by step deployment instructions using the setup
project. I want to deploy to multiple machines (clients).

I have read some instrunctions that includes copying manifests, to
deployment location, how do i know the different files i would need to place
in the deployment folder?

Is the deployment folder the path specified during the setup?

How do i grant full trust to the assemblies? I read that i am to do it but
don't know how to.

I looked at the pre-requisites:
Installed the .NET framework
The VSTO runtime
grant trust to assemblies


Thanks in advance.


Steps I took:

Ensure User computer has .NET framework installed.
Have a complete install of the Visio 2003 professional
Ensure the VSTO runtime is installed
Then, I grant trust to the assemblies in the deployment directory specified
during the setup.
The following is what i used:

%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\caspol -u -ag All_Code -url
"C:\VisioDeployment\VisioReprint.dll" FullTrust -n "Test_Deployment"

Is this the best way to grant trust to the assemblies?
 
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