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VS 2008 - strong name key file

Posted on 2008-06-09
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I have followed the following steps to create a public/private key pair but am not sure what to do next.
Should I type just the key file name (publicKey.snk) or full path into "Choose a strong name key file"

1. sn -k keypair.snkNext, extract the public key from the key pair and copy it to a separate file:

2. sn -p keypair.snk public.snkOnce you create the key pair, you must put the file where the strong name signing tools can find it.
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Here you can find a complete article about it
SN.EXE - Code Strong Programs with Strong Names
http://visualbasic.about.com/od/usingvbnet/a/FWTools5.htm
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