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Custom S-Controls using C# and Salesforce wsdl

It looks like custom s-controls only let you upload one dll. How do I use a proxy dll created from the wsdl with an s-control? Does the proxy dll need to reside on the user's workstation? If so where should I put it, \Windows\System32 directory?
If you are creating a usercontrol to run in the scontrol, you should be able to package the entire assembly, proxy code as well as functional code. This is a difficult nut to crack due to .NET managed code security, approach with a stout attitude.