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How to Sign an Assembly which is already created

Posted on 2011-02-16
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Hi All,

I am trying to strong name the assembly which is already created.

Below are steps which I have taken

sn -k keyPair.snk--> Generate the private key

sn -p keyPair.snk publicKey.snk--Paste key from keypair to publickey.snk

sn -tp publicKey.snk-->Read the public key


I am able to read  the public token and my question is how to assign this public token to the dll to  make it a strong named.

We are not having the .net module.Please help me out.



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