Code signing Windows apps on a Mac Dilemena
bodine at bodinetraininggames.com
Sun Feb 15 12:05:27 EST 2015
Did you do the step of exporting your certificate out of Safari? (See
I believe you'll need to copy the exported file to the Windows side of your
Mac. I don't think Windows can access your Mac's keychain.
I can tell you how the process works on an actual Windows machine. You
export the certificate from the browser you used in the purchase process. My
exported file had a .p12 extension. I changed that to a .pfx extension. I
put that file in my choice of directories on the Windows PC. Then, I opened
kSign.exe from K Software on the PC, filled in the path to the PFX file, and
was ready to codesign on Windows.
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