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Enterprise Library 2005 available

Friday, January 28, 2005 Comments

 .NET   ArchitecturePatterns   Personal   Security 
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As you may or may not have heard, the long awaited release of the Patterns and Practices Enterprise Library came out today. Go fetch!

Security Note: If you are running and developing as a non-administrator (as you should be), you should install this to another folder other than the default location under Program Files. Otherwise, when you try to fire up any of the projects with your non-administrator account, you will get an error saying files couldn't be written to that location (C:\Program Files\ is a restricted area for regular users). My solution was to use MakeMeAdmin and put the files under its own separate location. This gave me owner right to the folder as well as making sure I am not writing to a protected area.

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