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difference between signing assemblies in InstallShield Versus Visual Studio

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Hi Experts,

What is the difference between signing assemblies in InstallShield Versus signing assemblies in Visual Studio?

See screenshots below
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OFGemini

InstallShield
IS screenshot of signing
Visual Studio
VS screenshot of signing.
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In Installshield you sign the installation package of your program, plus, optionally, Installshield can also sign the assemblies inside - dll's and exe's.

In Visual Studio, in your picture, you sign the assembly, i.e. the program itself.
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