Can anyone point me to a document that covers using signcpp.exe? I'm using version 10.
I'm looking for instructions on how to use signcpp.exe on a C program. I stumbled on something once, but can't seem to find it again. It wasn't very helpful, as I recall.
I tried adding UGOPEN/NXSigningResource.cpp to my VS project, then built. When I run "signcpp.exe -verify program.exe" I get this message:
Error verifying application, HEEDS_NX_Interface.exe.
Application has not been compiled with NXSigningResource.cpp.
Signature is not valid
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Your description sounds about right, assuming you first ran it without the -verify. When you use -verify, it does not perform the signing, it only checks to see if was signed previously.
I tried to paste it in here, but the formatting was hopelessly scrambled - if you can't find it in the docs, let me know and I'll see if I can save to a Word file or something.
Printed the documentation of the signing process to a PDF file from Firefox via PDF creator.
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Thank you for your helpful replies. This was a lesson to me how important careful reading is.
Besides the signing procedure, which has been well covered here, there is a licensing step that I learned was necessary. The steps below cover it. Once they are done, you can run the signing program.