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Default Assigning Full Trust

I have a component that one of my peer developer had developed. Let us say it is "A".

I have added reference to "A" in my project. However I could not call a method in "A" and my code throws "AccessViolationException". I need to add full trust to "A".

I am not able to add full trust to "A". It requires the component to be strong named. The other developer had already strong named the component in his machine. I am not able to strong name it in my machine.

What I must do to use DLL "A", just like any .NET native component like "System.Data.Dll" or "System.Xml.dll".


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