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How to use NGEN to compile DLL into native code?

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I have no idea where to even start here.  

I'm using a remote host where I only have FTP access.  My server supports ASP and ASP.NET.
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// Run the ngen process with the
// arguments passed to the class
ProcessStartInfo si = new ProcessStartInfo(
strPath.ToString() +
“ngen.exe “, “\”” + strArgs + “\””);
si.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Hidden;
try
{
Process p = Process.Start(si);
p.WaitForExit();
}
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