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Old July 1st, 2009, 12:30 PM
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I am not sure I understand all of your questions, but here is some help.

The GAC looks like a folder in windows explorer. It is c:\windows\assembly on most users machine. That folder is the GAC.

You could copy your dll into the GAC by dragging and dropping it.

To use the Gacutil, navigate to the location of your dll and put the ddl name after the -i or /i. for example, "DLL Name.dll"

All you need to do is create a folder named Developer Assemblies on c:\ at this point.

Bryan