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It's because of the trust level assigned to the app.

.net exe files run off of a network share are assigned a low trust level. (As opposed to full trust when run locally). If you want your app to automatically just work from a network share you need to design it so it doesn't require full trust. This means you can't do anything like writing to the local file system, using the registry, and a whole bunch of other stuff. (There are often alternatives, like you could use isolated storage for settings instead of the registry).

Or, you can adjust the security to either explicitly trust a specific strong name signed assembly, no matter where is it run from[^] or explicitly allow full trust for apps run from a given network location[^]

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