Thanks for your reply. I found an article
on GoDaddy, which talks about the ReflectionPermission being disabled in their medium-trust environment.
Does the ReflectionPermission refer to all files on the shared environment, including those in my application's virtual directory heirarchy? I thought that in Medium Trust, an application could use any resources in it's own heirarchy, but perhaps that does not apply for ReflectionPermission.
Since I can't run in Full Trust on GoDaddy, and since I'm doubtful that I would be able to write a Custom security policy to override the ReflectionPermission restriction in their environment, and since it's a Shared Hosting Environment and GoDaddy will likely not allow me to register a file in the GAC, do I have any other options in getting the RadUploadModule to work?
I realize that upgrading to a dedicated hosting environment is one option. Is my best alternative to that just to simply create my Image Library locally (on my development server) and then upload my database (or just copy the table rows) to the shared environment (and also copy the files that are referenced in the library)?