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Brinkster Pulls a Fast One

11/29/2006 6:32:47 PM

I received this last week.

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for using Brinkster as your hosting provider.

Following Microsoft’s recommended best practices, a recent security setting was applied to the server your website is hosted on. This security update may require you to update your code to properly run under Microsoft .Net 2.0.  If required, your DLLs will need to be modified to use the AllowPartiallyTrustedCallersAttribute class and then republished.

Please view the following link for more details on this attribute.

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.security.allowpartiallytrustedcallersattribute(VS.80).aspx


Regards,

Brinkster Support

Email: Support@Brinkster.com
Live Chat: http://www.brinkster.com/livechat
Phone: USA: 1-800-345-7084, Outside USA: 1-757-222-3424

This email was sent to emailaddress@willasrari.com, user name xxxxxx, a current Brinkster (www.brinkster.com) customer.

That`s great and all but the funny thing is this e-mail was sent about 15 minutes AFTER the change took place.  Let`s just say it`s been a fun week of reconfiguring my applications and getting them to work again.  If you are a current Brinkster customer and are still offline feel free to e-mail me or leave a comment and I will try to help get you back online.

That explains my lack of posting over the past week.

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