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Click Once deployment manifest does not match identity error

Posted on 2011-03-24
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I have a project #1 written in VB.NET , a windows forms application which I use click once deployement for updates.

I have another project #2 also in VB.NET which is a windows forms application.  Both project run fine idependently

I added a reference to project #2 from Project #1.  Both are signed with the same key.

Everything works find on my development computer, but as soon as I deploy for production I get a manifest error:



ERROR DETAILS
      Following errors were detected during this operation.
      * [3/24/2011 5:19:09 PM] System.Deployment.Application.InvalidDeploymentException (RefDefValidation)
            - Reference in the manifest does not match the identity of the downloaded assembly myFedExApplication.exe.
            - Source: System.Deployment


Any help on this?
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I seem to have answered my own question.  In the 2nd project, I needed to click Security and realized it was not set to use click once... turning that on fixed the issue
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figured it out myself
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