You need to locate the 4 part name for an assembly, presumably to register the assembly in a web.config file.
Step 1 – Locate Gacutil which can be in a variety of places including Windows SDK & Visual Studio. The easiest way to run this command is to open a “Visual Studio Command Prompt” located in your visual studio installation.
Step 2 – Type the following command
Gacutil /l MyAssemblyName.dll
Step 3 – Use the file>copy command to copy content from the dos window.
To Install and Assembly into the GAC
To install an assembly into the GAC type the following command
Gacutil /i MyAssemblyName.dll
To Uninstall an assembly from the GAC
Gacutil /uf MyAssemblyName (without the .dll)
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