Updating dll in global assembly cache

Net\Assembly\GAC_MSIL\ and also the shell integration was removed, so you can no longer drag-and-drop an assembly in the folder and have it registered.

You will see how it is not a local copy of the assembly and that the path points to the GAC: The first problem you may encounter is that the .

So the wrapper DLL would have a reference to a specific version of the API DLL.

This is the recommended and most common way to add assemblies to the global assembly cache.

In previous versions of Windows, doing so was simply a matter of dropping the DLL file in the C:\Windows\assembly folder.

A Web Application requires that you examine the Telerik.

This DLL can then be referenced from within many other class libraries or software applications.

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By default, when you add a reference to a DLL to your project, the reference's "Copy Local" property is set to true.

The downside to this approach is that each program deployed includes its own copy of the DLL.

The tool is a command line utility installed as part of the base .