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I have switched from Micrsoft Framework Ver. 1.0 to 1.1. I am using VB .NET 2003. When i am trying to pass a User defined object thru remoting on my remote server, i am getting a Security Exception : Saying that "Due to Security exception "myObject" cannot be Accessed".
This problem was not coming with previos framework of .NET (i.e 1.0). I have compiled whole code in .NET 2003 framework ver.1.1, but i am still getting problems. Whta is the reason for this security exception & what's the remedy ? Kindly help me with this.

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