Upgrading to ASP.Net 2? Why your website might stop working when you do. - If that is...
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If that is not an option you might want to consider recoding your entire website to conform to medium trust, not a very good option, or moving to a hosting company that will work with you for your particular needs.
Allowing open socket connections is a security risk for a hosting company, but if you can establish that your code is not malicious a reputable hosting company should provide you with proper security clearance to utilize the rich classes that asp.net version 2.0 has to offer. After all they are claiming to sell you asp.net version 2.0. And if you can't use version 2's classes than you are not getting what you paid for.
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