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      12th Jan 2006

I've used the neat clickOnce feature a couple of times now, all worked
really well, but I've just upgraded a application from VB2003 to
VB2005, which it did without any errors or warnings, but I've got a
deployment problem.

It says that MSDATASRC.DLL should be installed in the Global Assembly
Cache (GAC) First.(when the user clicks install from the deployment
site)
Not really knowing what this means, I just add it to the project's
files and make sure it INCLUDEs it, now I get a different error that
the hard drive is full (20Gb free) - looking at the error details, it
says what really happened was that MSDATASRC.DLL already exists, so
can't copy it or continue with the installation. I've tried it on
"ALLWAYS COPY" and "ONLY WHEN NEWER", same result, and if I exclude
it, I'm back to the message about adding it to the GAC ?!?!?

So, how do I go about adding it to the GAC?

I've seen GACUTIL in framework 1.1 - but not in 2.0
I did try it anyway:
GACUTIL -i MSDATASRC.DLL
But that says access denied.




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