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Elevated Trust in Silverlight 4

, 9 Nov 2010 CPOL
Elevated trust is one of the most important new features in SL4, my post is going to concentrated discuss about elevated trust including accessing file system/isolated storage/registry, invoking COM objects and other executable files.

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Wayne Ye
Software Developer (Senior) SAP Labs Shanghai
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Wayne is a software developer, Tech Lead and also a geek. He has more than 6 years' experience in Web development(server: ASP.NET (MVC), Web Service, IIS; Client: HTML/CSS/JavaScript/jQuery/AJAX), Windows development (Winform, Windows Service, WPF/Silverlight, Win32 API and WMI) and SQL Server. Deep understanding of GOF Design Patterns, S.O.L.i.D principle, MVC, MVVM, Domain Driven Design, SOA, REST and AOP.
 
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