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Could not load file or assembly 'AjaxControlToolkit'

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Hi,

I have a windows 2003 IIS Server with Word 2007 installed. This server is specifically for merging word documents and performing extra word functions. I created a web application to enable the user to make selections in what they want to do, but I get the following error:
Could not load file or assembly 'AjaxControlToolkit' or one of its dependencies
I have an Ajax Reorder list on the page to help them reorder their documents. I have .Net 2 and .Net 3.5 installed on the server. IIS is configured to run with .Net 2 as well as the site. This is most of the solutions I found on the net, but I keep on getting the same error.

Any Idea?

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by:Dustin Hopkins
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Is the ajaxcontroltoolkit dll in your bin folder?
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dusion,

The .DLL is in the bin folder. I found my issue: I had to click create in the Website properties under IIS. This caused the site to look at the bin folder for the dll's.

That fixed the issue, but raised a new one. Do I start a new question? or can I continue on this one?

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you can start a new question, or you can ask it here, if i can't answer it i'll tell you.
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by:ALawrence007
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This website uses the Microsoft office DLL. Word 2007 to be specific. My companies security is terrible and there are a ton of restrictions on the server. The website is working now, but the moment I try to do something with the local word dll an error comes up regarding restrictions.

What user or how can I give my website administrator access to enable the use of the local .dll's? Security has now restricted access to the site through IP addresses and I can give rights to whoever or whatever needs it.

This would be a great help, as you probably can see, I don't have a lot of experience in setting up users or IIS.

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