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View Assembly Cache information remotely?

In .NET Configuration 1.1 - Assembly Cache, there's a link called "View
List of Assemblies in the Assembly Cache." I need to look at that
information on several Windows 2000 Advanced Servers.

Is there a way I can view this list remotely? Without having to
terminal into each server? Registry entry perhaps?

Better yet, is there a command line utility that would allow me to view
and/or add an assembly cache on a remote server?

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Jul 21 '05 #1
3 2424
the short answer is no,

you can use an unmanaged library called fusion lib to create an
application to do this though

Jul 21 '05 #2
Just an idea, you could remotely look at the file structure underneath
C:\Windows\assembly. Maybe even the Explorer plugin for the GAC works
over the network. I would try \\server\C$\WINDOWS\assembly

Jul 21 '05 #3

Christian Benien wrote:
Just an idea, you could remotely look at the file structure underneath
C:\Windows\assembly. Maybe even the Explorer plugin for the GAC works
over the network. I would try \\server\C$\WINDOWS\assembly


Thanks Christian! As for viewing the existing Assembly Cache components
I'm concerned with, a DIR on the folder works fine:
F:\WINNT\assembly\GAC\IBM.Data.DB2>dir
Volume in drive F is SYSTEM
Volume Serial Number is 204B-3DCE

Directory of F:\WINNT\assembly\GAC\IBM.Data.DB2

06/01/2005 08:58a <DIR> .
06/01/2005 08:58a <DIR> ..
06/01/2005 08:58a <DIR> 8.1.2.0__7c307b91aa13d208
06/01/2005 08:58a <DIR> 8.1.2.1__7c307b91aa13d208
0 File(s) 0 bytes
4 Dir(s) 6,878,289,408 bytes free

F:\WINNT\assembly\GAC\IBM.Data.DB2>

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