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Deploying the Policy Injection Application Block as Private Assemblies

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If the application does not have to use the services available from the global assembly cache, you can deploy the Policy Injection Application Block assemblies within the application directory structure. This simplifies deployment because you can use the xcopy command to install the entire application, including the Policy Injection Application Block assemblies, on the destination computer. If multiple applications on the same computer use the Policy Injection Application Block, you can install a copy of the assemblies in each application folder hierarchy. By doing this, you can independently update each application's copy of the assemblies.

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