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How to install and remove Syncfusion Essential Studio assemblies from GAC ?

While installing the Syncfusion setup, “Register Syncfusion assemblies in GAC” check box will be enabled by default.

If you have installed the setup by enabling the checkbox, Syncfusion assemblies will be installed in GAC location.

If you have installed the setup by disabling this checkbox, you can install assemblies in GAC using Syncfusion Assembly Manager Utility after installing the setup. Refer the following documentation link for more information about Syncfusion Assembly Manager.

https://help.syncfusion.com/common/essential-studio/utilities#assembly-manager

While installing the Syncfusion setup, Uninstall the previously installed assemblies from GAC” checkbox will be enabled by default. This will remove the previous version Syncfusion assemblies only from GAC. If you need older version Syncfusion assemblies in GAC, you can disable this checkbox and install the Syncfusion setup.

 

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You can also install/remove the specific version assemblies in GAC using Syncfusion Assembly Manager Utility. Refer the above Assembly Manager documentation link for more information.

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
7509 02/28/2017 11/21/2017 Miscellaneous Install and Configuration
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V D Nov 13, 2018

This no longer works with the lasted SF installer dashboard, vol 3 2018 release. Its gone from the options

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