find the dll by the assembly name


M

Mr. X.

Hello,

I know the assembly name (that is shown on c:\windows\assembly).
How can I know the dll name? (where is the original dll?)

Thanks :)
 
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Dave \Crash\ Dummy

Mr. X. said:
Hello,

I know the assembly name (that is shown on c:\windows\assembly). How
can I know the dll name? (where is the original dll?)

Thanks :)
In Explorer, right click on the assembly name and select "Properties."
Open the "Version" tab. Select "Internal Name" or "Original Filename."

I don't know how you would find it programmatically, if that is what you
want to do.
 
E

Ed Cryer

Dave said:
In Explorer, right click on the assembly name and select "Properties."
Open the "Version" tab. Select "Internal Name" or "Original Filename."

I don't know how you would find it programmatically, if that is what you
want to do.
Or simply add ".dll" to the displayed assembly name.

Ed
 
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R

Rob

Or simply add ".dll" to the displayed assembly name.

Ed

Have a look at "folder options" and in "view" enable the full file
name.(5th down tick)
 

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