A few things I learned today while instrumenting some binaries in preparation for performance profiling:
Resigning a .NET assembly is as simple as opening a VS command prompt and entering:
sn –R MyAssembly.dll MyApplicationKey.snk
Browsing the GAC through Windows Explorer -- open a command prompt and enter:
SUBST L: C:\winnt\assembly
Now you can browser the assembly folder using your L drive. This also makes it easier to reference a DLL in GAC inside a VS project.
(tips taken from: http://aspalliance.com/1251_Miscellaneous_Concepts_of_NET__Part_2 & http://www.thejoyofcode.com/Accessing_dlls_in_the_GAC.aspx)