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bitRAKE 10 Jun 2024, 13:25
I'd be helpful perhaps if a mod would move the "Signing Applications for MS Store" to another thread?

Here are the debug certificates using the script I provided. Why is this signing not sufficient for MS Store?

I understand MS wants restricting applications to UWP API, but I haven't seen a requirement for Visual Studio. Of course they can deny any application - that is the wording of everything I've read - they merely state minimum requirements and leave it open ended.

Edit: It's the MSIX package that needs to be signed - not the EXE (that's optional).


Description: Just signed a program with keysign.cmd.
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Overclick 11 Jun 2024, 06:14
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I'd be helpful to know where you are seeing this?
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I definitely seen it on some MS page but anyway you're right, I tried again and found what stops my app -- Verification\Basic\SRWlock. How to fix that?
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