Webpage uses a .DLL file on the backend that needs to download and register to the "C:\Windows\Assembly\Download" directory, .DLL file does not download in Windows 7 enterprise x86 with IE9 and does in Windows XP PRO SP3 IE8, how do I unblock .DLL from a websource?


A web based application works in Windows XP PRO SP3, with IE8 and will download and register the .DLL into the "C:\Windows\Assembly\Download" directory correctly, thus allowing certain functions to work from the webpage. However in Windows 7 Enterprise x86, with IE9 I am having issues with the .DLL file from the website downloading to the "C:\Windows\Assembly\Download" directory. I have accessed the system as administrator and elevated IE9 to run as administrator, and still no luck. How do I unblock/allow a .DLL to register to the GAC in "C:\Windows\Assembly\Download"? Any ideas?

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