Which of the following should you perform to quickly install your updated assembly?

Shortly after releasing a new Windows service, you discovered that there is a calculation error in a shared assembly the application uses. You corrected the error and are ready to install the new assembly on the client computers. Which of the following should you perform to quickly install your updated assembly?
Copy the assembly's .dll to the appropriate folder on the client computer.
 
 
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  Run the GACUTIL.EXE utility on the client computer.
 
 
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  Copy the assembly's .dll to the appropriate folder on the client computer and then run the GACUTIL.EXE utility on the client computer.
 
 
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  Copy the assembly's .dll to the appropriate folder on the client computer and then run the GACUTIL.EXE and csc.exe utility on the client computer.
 
 
mathieu_cuprykAsked:
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ozymandiasConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No, I think you would need to run GACUTIL as well or use Windows Explorer to drag the assembly into the cache.
Assemblies in the cache have strong names and are checked too see if they have been changed or tampered with.
If you deploy a new version of an assembly that needs to reside in the GAC you have to import the updtaed assmbly into the GAC.
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mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:
Copy the assembly's .dll to the appropriate folder on the client computer.
 
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ozymandiasCommented:
Are you answering you own questions now ?
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mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:
Is this correct?
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