Where is RegAsm installed?

Where is RegAsm installed?

The file RegAsm.exe is located in a subfolder of C:\Windows or sometimes in a subfolder of the user’s profile folder (for instance C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4. 0.30319\).

How do I register a RegAsm DLL?

By dragging and dropping the dll onto ‘regasm’ you can register it. You can open two ‘Window Explorer’ windows. One will contain the dll you wish to register. The 2nd window will be the location of the ‘regasm’ application.

How do I use RegAsm in CMD?

To execute RegAsm.exe, open a command prompt window, and navigate to the folder where RegAsm.exe is located and run it (otherwise you will get “RegAsm is not recognized as internal or external command, operable program or batch file” error message).

How do I check if a DLL is registered in GAC?

You can actually navigate to the GAC via explorer or the command line and view the contents of the folder. It’s location is C:\Windows\assembly. When viewing via explorer the actual files are hidden and abstracted away, if you need to copy or extract specific versions of the dlls the command line is the way to go.

What is RegAsm exe?

RegAsm.exe is a legitimate file process developed by Microsoft Corporation. It is associated with Microsoft.NET Assembly Registration Utility. The virus is created by malware authors and are named them after RegAsm.exe file to spread virus over the internet.

How do I read a TLB file?

Applications that can be used to open and view the content of these TLB files include Microsoft Excel 2010, and non-Microsoft Windows users can also open and view these TLB files using Microsoft Excel 2011 for Mac systems. Some users reported the stdole3.

How do you check if the DLL is registered?

3 Answers

  1. Open regedit and search for your DLL filename.
  2. If it is registered, you will find filename under a key that is under the TypeLib. The key will look like: {9F3DBFEE-FD77-4774-868B-65F75E7DB7C2}

Is Regasm exe a virus?

As per the information we have the RegAsm.exe is not a Virus. But a good file might be infected with malware or virus to disguise itself.