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Can somebody please help me figure out why Xcode doesn't recognize my identity?

Posted on 2013-01-04
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I've successfully submitted my app to the store in terms of general info, the code has no bugs - I'm good. I archived my app but every time I attempt to distribute it to the store, I get a message that says, "No Identities are available for signing."
 
I have a Distribution Certificate, a Developer's Certificate as well as a private and public key sitting in my Keychain Access.

I have attempted over the last three hours to figure this out and I'm at a complete loss. Any help would be very much appreciated.
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Just to be sure - in the project settings, in the Code Signing section, you set the correct identity, right? In the Release configuration?
Here you'll see what I mean:
Building Your App for Distribution

Take a look here, maybe you'll find something helpful:
iOS Code Signing Troubleshooting
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