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.INSTALLLOG File Extension

File Type.NET Assembly Installation Log

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What is an INSTALLLOG file?

An INSTALLLOG file is a file created during the installation of a .NET Framework service or application. It contains a description of an assembly's installation process. INSTALLLOG files are created by the installutil.exe program.

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By default, .NET Framework software uses installutil.exe to install assemblies included within the software. When installutil.exe is run against an assembly, it typically creates the following three files:

  • installutil.installlog, which contains a description of the assembly's install process
  • YourAssemblyName.installlog, which contains information specific to the install process's commit phase
  • YourAssemblyName.installstate, which contains data used to uninstall the assembly

A YourAssemblyName.installlog file is created only if a developer omits the /LogFile option from installutil.exe, or the developer includes the option along with a custom file name for the INSTALLLOG file (e.g. /LogFile=MyInstallLogFile.installlog). If a developer includes the /LogFile option without specifying a filename, a YourAssemblyName.installlog file is not created.

How do I open an INSTALLLOG file?

INSTALLLOG files are text files, so you can open them in any text or source code editor, such as Microsoft Visual Studio Code (cross-platform) or Microsoft Visual Studio (Windows).

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Programs that open INSTALLLOG files

Updated 10/22/2020

About INSTALLLOG Files

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