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Old April 26th, 2010, 12:22 PM
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It looks like Microsoft is making it harder and harder to do this. According to this:

you have four options.

Mscorcfg.msc (phased out), Gacutil.exe (dev machines only), Windows Installer and the special Assembly folder.

I am getting the same Access Denied error message for most assemblies I tried, including my own siged ones. I dragged a few existing Silverlight design assemblies from Dev Express into that folder and I got no error message (but didn't see the assemblies either).
Could this be a 64 bit versus 32 bit thing?

That leaves only the installer, which seems like way too much overkill to me....

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