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    • Use the Visual Studio .Net Command Prompt utility sn.exe to generate a key pair: sn.exe -k myKey.snk
    • Use the Visual Studio .Net Command Prompt utility tlbimp.exe to generate an interop assembly: tlbimp.exe <path>/bbreapi7.tlb /out:netbbreapi7.dll /keyfile:<path to mykey.snk>
     

    The resulting netbbreapi7.dll file will be strongly named. You can find out more information about the above utilities at Microsoft.com or by searching Google.com

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