Silverlight application transparent code

Category: azure security

Question

Mike Bullen on Sun, 20 Oct 2013 17:08:15


How do you run  Silverlight transparent code in Azure since Azure is running in full trust. My understanding is that

transparent code may only call other transparent code and safe critical code. ?

Replies

Yunjie Pei - MSFT on Mon, 21 Oct 2013 09:37:43


Hi Mike,

According to your description, this thread seems like a Windows Azure issue. I will move the thread to Azure Forum to get better help.

Appreciate your understanding and support.


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Jambor yao on Tue, 22 Oct 2013 02:24:04


Hi Mike,

Silverlight runs on the client, while Windows Azure runs on the server. We wouldn’t run Silverlight directly in Windows Azure, but we can build a Silverlight application, embed it in a web application, and host the web application in Windows Azure. However, even in this case, the Silverlight application still runs on the client machine, and has the same sandbox security.

Best Regards


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