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Create a digital signed VSI package

After serverl days  of study and testing I am still not able to digitall sign a VSI package.

Serval threads in the Internet tell about buggy makezipexe versions and so on.
After trying serval methods I was aber to change the vsi back to .zip as an extenstion.
After that I used mekezipexe.exe to convert the file, after that I was able to sign the ".exe" using signtool.exe which displayed a success messaged after signing.

After renaming the file back to vsi and double clicking a memory exception pops up.
Is there any clear way to sign a package.

Best regards

Carsen
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Joke007
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Joke007Author Commented:
Ok,

i finally figures out what was going wrong. Do not use any 3rd party zip program like winrar to add or change files in the archive. Just use the integrated windows zipper to change the content otherwise the makezipexe.exe file will build a corrupt file.
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