Strong Naming

Hi,

I am trying to delete my key container at the command prompt using:

sn -d MyKeyContainerName

However, I get the error message: "unable to format error message 8013141C".

I think this is due to a corrupt crypto Service Provider.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

KR.

IbsAsked:
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Uday EthirajuluCTOCommented:
Hi,
        First your keycontainer should be in the Strong Name CSP. Then only you can delete your container.

        Example:

        Im creating the key

                sn -k keypair.snk

             The following command stores the key in keyPair.snk in the container MyContainer  in the strong name CSP.

                sn -i keyPair.snk MyContainer

        Now the keypair.snk is loaded to MyContainer, try to delete the container from strong name csp.

               sn -d MyContainer

 I hope this will helpful to you.

Refer the following link also:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/k5b5tt23.aspx


Regards,
Uday.

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IbsAuthor Commented:

I played around with the commands some more and I finally managed to deleted the Key Container.

Thanks for your help.

KR.
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