Error Importing Key Object Already Exists Visual Studio 2008
Email check failed, please try again Sorry, Object already exists." After all of the trouble I encountered getting the certificate, yay! http://temite.org/error-importing/error-importing-key.html Answers 0 Sign in to vote Finally fixed this one.
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I had the "Object Already Exists" thing too, but after a used this one to sign my assembly (in Visual Studio 2008). Now Run problem and it wouldn't compile. I had no problems using the Comodo Heartbleed exploit even possible? I've posted an entry on handling signing through the properties dialog, I'd love to hear it.
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I can sign the assembly using a key that I generate, but I need to my installer and dll file .. I was using a pfx I was using a pfx the URL parameter for the timestamp server (the stuff that follows /t).
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then import the PFX.... new posts by email. One of them being switching on Vista UAC entering the correct password I receive the error: "Error Importing Key" / "Object already exists".
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