Deploying vb.net add-in With Outlook Security Manager

Add-in Express™ Support Service
That's what is more important than anything else

Deploying vb.net add-in With Outlook Security Manager
 
kristof1104




Posts: 3
Joined: 2010-10-13
Hi,
A quick question:
using clickonce with reg-free do you still need to register the secman.dll?
In that case you still need Administration rights?


Regards Kristof
Posted 13 Oct, 2010 06:49:28 Top
Eugene Astafiev


Guest


Hi Kristof,

No, you don't need to register it. The reg free stands for the registry free. Also you don't need the admin rights.
Posted 13 Oct, 2010 06:58:29 Top
kristof1104




Posts: 3
Joined: 2010-10-13
Strange :s I can't get it to work..
I followed your second tutorial on how to deploy with click once..
I added secman.dll and set the isolated value to true,
next i added the securityManager.2005 and set the copy local value to true,
Then I build my click once.
Add the secman.dll.deploy file to the clickonce.
Start my add-in and I get the following message:
"The 'secman.OutlookSecurityManager' COM object is not registered."

Thanks Kristof
Posted 13 Oct, 2010 07:03:28 Top
Eugene Astafiev


Guest


Hi Kristof,

Did you try to publish a windows forms application as described in the Outlook Security Manager 2010 deployment: Reg Free COM & ClickOnce for Outlook 2010 64-bit, part 5 article (not VSTO based add-in project)? Does it work for you?
Posted 13 Oct, 2010 07:12:51 Top
kristof1104




Posts: 3
Joined: 2010-10-13
Thanks for the quick response.

No i'm trying to deploy a VSTO. Do I need to do something different when deploying a clickonce for a vsto?

Thank Kristof
Posted 13 Oct, 2010 07:15:24 Top
Eugene Astafiev


Guest


Hi Kristof,

Nope. Please try deploying a windows forms application. Does it work for you?
Posted 13 Oct, 2010 08:40:06 Top