Hello! – I need to sign a paquet builder package and I’m using a PFX file with a password. I’m getting the following error:
Finalizing Package - Generating internal resources for package... - Compressing internal data... - Merging data into the final EXE file... - Digitally signing package EXE: PFX file: C:\Temp\signingkey-SHA2.pfx SHA-256 signature used GSignCode 2.1 -- simple code signing utility Copyright G.D.G. Software 2011-2016. All rights reserved. SIGNING ERROR: The specified network password is not correct. Warning: code signing failed, an error occurred. Closing the package file and cleaning memory... Note: the archive file was stored in the temporary cache for future builds.
I have used the PFX + Password combination before with other applications to sign .NET applications without issue.
I originally thought that there was an issue with keeping the paquetbuilder project + files on a Windows SMB share, so I copied it down to my PC, changed the references to local file paths, and ran into the same issue locally.
On “Digitally sign package” I have the proper PFX path configured, the proper password, and SHA256 only specified (as it’s a SHA-2 key).