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Cannot publish a VB project that has already been published.

Posted on 2008-06-17
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I am getting this result when I try to publish my application:
Error      3      SignTool reported an error 'Failed to sign bin\Debug\ITCAutoPost.publish\\setup.exe. SignTool Error: Signtool requires CAPICOM version 2.1.0.1 or higher. Please
      copy the latest version of CAPICOM.dll into the directory that contains
      SignTool.exe. If CAPICOM.dll exists, you may not have proper
      permissions to install CAPICOM.
'.      ITCAutoPost


I checked the DLL version an it is 2.1.0.2.  Can someone help?

Thanks in advance, Mike
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DOH!!!!   It always helps to register it to see if it works.

regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\CAPICOM.dll

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