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    vj_msigeek is offline Microsoft MVP
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    Default Handling Native Images in Assemblies

    When you find in a file which is suffixed by “.ni” in an application capture (For eg: Aclayers.ni.dll), this is an indication that it is a native image for an assembly. (The base assembly can be found in the application installation directory). These files cannot be added directly to the MSI package. Instead, it needs to be done through a .NET executable(ngen.exe).

    In this below article, we look at the basics and implementation of this process.

    Handling Native Images in Assemblies

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    Don't advertise your website here otherwise MODs will delete it
    in btw nice article

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