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Asp.net Web.config and allowing Inheritance

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I have an application (virtual directory as app) off the root of .net site. This application has it's own web.config. (It doesn't have to but it does at this moment). I am running into issues with inheritance of assemblies from its parent web.config. I know I can turn that off but what if I want the app to inherit assemblies from the root web.config? I get "Can not load assembly XXXX" errors when running my application. I would like for this application to inherit those assemblies so That I may use them without having to redefine them in the sub web.config. Is this possible? How can i make my asp.net application find the assemblies in the root applications BIN folder?

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Kyle Abrahams earned 2000 total points
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You're better off GACING the assemblies required.  This way they are available to all.
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Thats what I was afraid of.
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