Yes, in this scenario, we need to put the Assembly into the
C:\Windows\System32 because it is the directory which is the working
directory for the IIS process.
The working directory is the place where the process will check for the dll.
If we call regasm with /codebase, the full path will be registered in the
registry. If we did not specifed the /codebase, only the file name will be
entered into registry.
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