I am signing my setup.exe install application in the postBuildActions section of my InstallBuilder .xml script. Later, the createJavaLaunchers block created the final MyApp.exe file, which I also want to sign. I have found that I can sign MyApp.exe if the createJavaLaunchers "runInConsole" = 1, but signing fails if runInConsole = 0.

I am using the same signtool.exe file and same .pfx certificate file for both operations.

What is different about creating the MyApp.exe using createJavaLaunchers based on this difference?

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asked 25 Aug '13, 16:29

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The command line version of the tool uses a different binary. This may be the reason for not being able to sign it.

Could you send us the whole command line you use for signing to support@bitrock.com so we can also try to reproduce it?

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answered 26 Aug '13, 08:20

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OK I just sent the details to support@bitrock.com. Thanks!

(26 Aug '13, 09:02) GregHorton
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