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What is MSSharedLibKey.snk

Hello All,

I have a Visual C# Solution in VS.NET 2008 and one of it's assembly is
using signing.
It finds the proper .snk file but when I try to compile the whole
project in Release mode
I get following error:

Cryptographic failure while signing assembly
'System.Windows.Controls.Data.dll' --
'Error reading key file 'd:\proj\proj\MSSharedLibKey.snk' -- The
system cannot find the file specified.

What this actually means? I haven't signed assembly
System.Windows.Controls.Data.dll.
The whole error message doesn't appear when compiling in Debug mode
only in release mode.

Using Google and searching MSSharedLibKey.snk doesn't result anything.

Can anyone help how to start looking what could be wrong?

Cheers,
Jul 23 '08 #1
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