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I'm trying to use  CASPOL.exe to create a code access security model for my xbap application.  

My current problem is that when I publish this to my Continuous Integration box, (CruiseControl, and NAnt are used to build) I get an error because its prompting me for my certificate password.

I need somehow to create - a non temporary certificate - or install CAS / a certificate on my build box.

How can i get this implemented so that my NAnt builds will succeed ?
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the problem was that my pfx file needed to be installed under the same user that was running the NAnt builds - which was CruiseControl.NET

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