I’m trying to get a Windows Application Certified for Windows 7. Once step is to run it through a certification program. The application doesn’t accept ClickOnce manifests so basically you cant
As a result of the recent changes to the ClickOnce deployment of RemoteX Applications. All clients now work on 64-bit operatingsystems. Verified on Windows Server 2008 and Vista.
I wrote earlier about and issue with ClickOnce Deployment, where the processor of the deployment manifests need to match the processor the application is compiled for. Naturally of course, it turns out we
We are automating some of our deployment using powershell. As such we use the command line tool mage.exe for signing our deployment manifests, in effect were creating them using mage.exe as
Last night we worked on ClickOnce deploying an application. The application is a connector between two standard systems, one for economics and the other is RemoteX Applications. In essence it means that our