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how do I create an assembly comprised of two different .exes such that they both have access to the same Isolated storage in scope assmebly?
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I assume you are still having problems from your previous question - has our previous discussion not solved anything ?

What specifically is failing to work ?

Basically you cannot have more than one DLL or one EXE in an assembly from what I understand - even though there appears to be a mechanism that may make this possible there appears to be no way of actually using it.

I have code here which is working in the scenario thet your discussed in your previous question so I'm happy to talk you through recreating it if this would help.

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purplebob, not, problem is fixed, thanks!

incidentally, someone said you might be helpful on this question?

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/C_Sharp/Q_20788554.html
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Ah good, I was starting to worry it only worked on my machine :-)
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