Configures the code access security level applied to an application. The <trust> section can be declared at the machine, site, and application levels.
<trust level="Full|High|Medium|Low|Minimal" originUrl="url"/>
|level||Specifies the security zone under which the application will be run. The default is Full. The named levels correspond to the security levels defined in <trustLevel>.|
|Full||Specifies that ASP.NET does not restrict security policy.|
|High||Specifies that the High level is applied to code access security.|
|Medium||Specifies that the Medium level is applied to code access security.|
|Low||Specifies that the Low level is applied to code access security.|
|Minimal||Specifies that the Minimal level is applied to code access security.|
|originUrl||Specifies an application's URL of origin. If present, this can be used for some permissions such as WebRequest that allow connectivity back to the host of origin. This allows permissions that rely on the notion of a host to function correctly.|
The following example specifies trust level settings for an ASP.NET application.
<system.web> <trust level="Full" originUrl=""/> </system.web>
Contained Within: <system.web>
Web Platform: IIS 5.0, IIS 5.1, IIS 6.0
Configuration File: Machine.config, Web.config
Configuration Section Handler: System.Web.Security.CodeAccessSecurityHandler