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I want to deploy my dot net application in two different locations and i want to talk to a common DLL. Can i refer this common DLL from a particular folder which i configure , i do not want to use GAC or bin folder.....

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You want to look at either assembly codebase, or assembly probing in your app.config file.

See the following link for some details:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/15hyw9x3.aspx

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