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update dll in GAC under windows 7 64Bits

Posted on 2011-09-19
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I want to update some changes to the DLL in GAC.
so I use the following statement:
C:\myfoleder\bin\release> gacutil /i MyCompany.MyDomain.Something.dll /f
But I got an error:
Failure adding assembly to the cache: Access denied. You might not hav administrative credentials to perform this task.

So I turned off my UAC. And I am a member of administror.
But I still got the above error. Any help and suggestion are very appreciated!!!
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Try a Run As Different User using the local admin account (enable if needed-5isabled by default). Or logon directly as Administrator. Don't think it will work, but sometimes it does...
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Still testing not found a good sulution
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It's helpful
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