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ASP.NET Community Standup Forums Help Home/ASP.NET Forums/General ASP.NET/Web Forms/I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 [Answered]RSS 5 replies Last post Jun 19, 2011 10:05 AM by cts-mgraham ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › Print Share Twitter Facebook Email Shortcuts Active Threads Unanswered Threads Unresolved Threads Support Options Advanced Search Related Links GuidanceSamplesVideos Reply rajesh.madam... Member 100 Points 128 Posts I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 Jun 14, 2011 08:58 AM|rajesh.madam04|LINK Error :Failed to create XXX.snk--unable to format error message 00000005 Please give me a solution Reply budugu All-Star 29493 Points 6000 Posts Re: I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 Jun 14, 2011 09:12 AM|budugu|LINK rajesh.madam04 Error :Failed to create XXX.snk--unable to format error message 00000005 It may be related to permissions issue. Start VS Command Prompt with 'Run as Administrator' option. Vijay Kodali || My Blog "Don't be afraid to be wrong; otherwise you'll never be right." Reply srinivasapra... Member 112 Points 156 Posts Re: I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 Jun 14, 2011 09:15 AM|srinivasaprabhu|LINK Hi rajesh, Just refer the following link i will be useful for you, msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/tbachc24.aspx cheers! Srinivasa prabhu.N Reply rajesh.madam... Member 100 Points 128 Posts Re: I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 Jun 14, 2011 09:17 AM|rajesh.madam04|LINK This is happen in windows 7 Reply kranthireddy... Member 460 Points 152 Posts Re: I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 Jun 14, 2011 09:42 AM|kranthireddyr1|LINK please find the solution below to over come the problem of creating a strong name in windows 7 http://thethoughtfulcoder.com/blog/38/Strong-name-access-denied-error-on-Windows-7-64bit-from-Visual-Studio-and-snexe http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3154345/strong-name-keys-on-windows-7 All the best DREAM. EXPLORE. DISCOVER Reply cts-mgraham Contributor 2179 Points 641 Posts Re: I am not able to create strong name key in VS 2010 Jun 19, 2011 10:05 AM|cts-mgraham|LINK Have you done this with an elevated command prompt? See: 2022742"Failed to open registry key -- Unable to format error messag

Farkas - MSFebruary 14, 200610 Share 0 0 One enhancement to the v2.0 SN tool that may not get noticed right away is that it now has the ability to work with PKCS #12 PFX files in addition to SNK files. The logic here is that a self signed certificate stored in a PFX file is the moral equivalent of an SNK key, except that it gives you the added benefit of storing your key in encrypted form rather than in the SNK's plain text format. This feature http://forums.asp.net/t/1689756.aspx?I+am+not+able+to+create+strong+name+key+in+VS+2010 should be entirely transparent --anywhere that SN takes a key file as input, you can now specify a PFX file instead. SN will detect this and prompt you for a password: C:\Build>sn -R DelaySigned.exe KeyPair.pfxMicrosoft (R) .NET Framework Strong Name Utility Version 2.0.50727.42Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.Enter the password for the PKCS#12 key file:Assembly ‘DelaySigned.exe' https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/shawnfa/2006/02/14/sn-v2-0-works-with-pfx-files/ successfully re-signed Your password will not echo to the screen as you type it. There are a few limitations to this feature however. Since it was designed with self signed certificates in mind, SN will not accept a PFX file which contains multiple certificates (there's no way to tell it which certificate you wish to use). Also, SN will not allow you to redirect standard input and load the password from a pipe. (In this case it gives a rather cryptic error message "Failed to parse the PKCS#12 blob in KeyPair.pfx -- The handle is invalid." … we'll replace that message with something a bit more descriptive in a future release). Finally, the PFX file must have a password, even if that password is blank. SN will never attempt to read a certificate with a NULL password. If you want to create a self signed PFX key, the easiest way is to use Visual Studio 2005. In the project properties Signing tab, tell Visual Studio to

here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5659740/unable-to-obtain-public-key-for-strongnamekeypair this site About Us Learn more about Stack Overflow the company Business http://www.yqcomputer.com/1217_1197_1.htm Learn more about hiring developers or posting ads with us Stack Overflow Questions Jobs Documentation Tags Users Badges Ask Question x Dismiss Join the Stack Overflow Community Stack Overflow is a community of 6.3 million programmers, just like you, helping each other. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign sn exe up Unable to obtain public key for StrongNameKeyPair up vote 5 down vote favorite 2 I have ported developing to another computer and if i run project, i have this exception: Unable to obtain public key for StrongNameKeyPair. HibernateException: Creating a proxy instance failed On original computer it works OK without problems. I found on google that it is problem with some crypting sn exe unable and I should try "sn -m n", by I don't know how. sn.exe is in more folders, i tryed some run from command line but it writes: Failed to open registry key -- Unable to format error message 00000005 I don't know if problem is because NHibernate or not, there are more similar whitch dialogs and it throw this exception only in one case. there is part of code whitch throw exception: public IList GetAll(GridSortOptions sortOptions, DTOListModel listModel) { return GetAllCriteria(sortOptions, CreateCriteria(), listModel).List(); } No one project from solution use signing. I don't understand what exactly this errors means and what i should look for. .net fluent-nhibernate share|improve this question edited Aug 17 '12 at 14:21 Daniel Hilgarth 115k23186288 asked Apr 14 '11 at 7:07 Zdenek 2614 add a comment| 4 Answers 4 active oldest votes up vote 7 down vote NHibernate is dynamically creating .NET assemblies (dynaic proxies) and needs to sign them. By default the Windows OS configures the crypto key storage to be machine level and stores the keys in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA\MachineKeys. Most likely your user can create (for example) a

reply to it using Google Groups because of the age of the post. So here is my solution to the apparent key container corruption - which is actually a permissions issue (at least in my case): After switching to a domain, a couple of key containers seemed to disappear, or at least were not accessible to Visual Studio when attempting to build a project/solution. In my case, it was due to the permissions on the containers as stored in: Documents and Settings\AllUsers\ApplicationData\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA\MachineKeys If you open a file using a text editor, you can see the name of the container near the beginning of the file. To correct the issue, I had to assign ownership of the file(s) to the MACHINENAME\Administrators group and also grant full control privileges to the group. Following this, no more 8013141C. Yay. --Damien -- Original Post --- I am unable to delete a key container. I get an error message as follows when i try to delete the key container from the command line: C:\>sn -d someKey Microsoft (R) .NET Framework Strong Name Utility Version 1.1.4322.573 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1998-2002. All rights reserved. Failed to delete container 'someKey' -- Unable to format error message 8013141C The key container must still exist because I cannot create a new key container, the error message is as follows: C:\Projects\dload\Assembly>sn -i "C:\Keys.snk" someKey Microsoft (R) .NET Framework Strong Name Utility Version 1.1.4322.573 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1998-2002. All rights reserved. Failed to install key pair -- Object already exists. How do I access the key container and manually delete it so that I can create a new uncorrupted one? I've found out from various sources that the key container resides in the strong name Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP). How do I access the strong name CSP? Thanks in advance. Top 1. error message: The Win16 Subsystem was unable to enter Protected Mode, DOSX.EXE 2. error message hkcmd.exe unable to locate Hi, I've had a new laptop for only a few days. It came pre-installed with XP pro and has worked fine. Just a short while ago I began receiving the error message "HKCMD.EXE - unable to locate component" followed by the message. I'm not aware as yet of anything not working but being someone who HATES having any er

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