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Could not load file or assembly 'AjaxControlToolkit' or one of its dependencies.

When i deployed asp.net 2.0 application it is showing following message.

"Could not load file or assembly 'AjaxControlToolkit' or one of its dependencies."

please help me...
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MushtaQ
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MushtaQ
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MrunalCommented:
If there is any proxy assigned when accessing after deploying then try after removing it.

If still problem is there check for assemblies in web.config and GAC folder.

Hope this solves your problem.
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zadeveloperCommented:
check that your site is running with framework 2 and not framework 1
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princeatapiCommented:
Ensure that your host do contains the essential DLL's if not then
you can download from
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=ca9d90fa-e8c9-42e3-aa19-08e2c027f5d6&displaylang=en
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abelCommented:
Check your bin folder on the deployed system. It should contain AjaxControlToolkit.dll.

The AjaxControlToolkit only references System.XXX libraries. That means that either the full DLL is not available, you use the wrong .NET version (.NET 3.5 required) or the file is corrupt. Since you mention .NET 2.0 (which is the actual version underneath .NET 3.5) it may be a version conflict. Try to upgrade to .NET 3.5 and try again.
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MushtaQAuthor Commented:
I got the solution.
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abelCommented:
You say in your grading comment "I got the solution.". It is customary and very helpful for us and others, if you share your solution. In addition, you are allowed to post your own solution and accept it as answer.

Would you care to share your solution with us?
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