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Digital certificate signature on windows applications?

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Hi Guys,
Hopefully this should be a simple question.

We have some executables which we developed but when we run it over the network it shows us a security on windows xp asking if we are sure we want to run.

Ideally we would like to not have these warning message and to my understanding [please correct me if i am wrong], we need a digital certificate to sign our executables.

1. Now being a layman in this area, I am clueless on how to sign our executables?
2. I am already using snk key to sign our application and run caspol command to register it - would i need to change it?

Can someone please explain to me in simple newbie terms what i would need to do and how to proceed? I know that our sister company has a digital certificate which we are allowed to use but i am not sure how to use it. These are in .pfx file, .pvk and one .spc file.

Any help would be highly appreciated.....
Feb 24 '09 #1
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You can sign assembly using Signcode.exe
For testing purpose you could use Makecert.exe
Feb 27 '09 #2

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