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We just published another community article onto the Visual Basic and VSTO Developer Centers by Robin Shahan (Client App Dev MVP) on how to handle certificate expiration on ClickOnce deployments. She explains in her own entertaining way how to handle a variety of cases depending on the version of the .NET framework and what OS is installed. She even has a flowchart to help you navigate all the options… here’s a teaser:
Sample source code is included here which includes a PDF version of the full flowchart.
Read the article Certificate Expiration in ClickOnce Deployment.
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Guys, let's try to stay on topic. This post is about ClickOnce deployment of your .NET applications.
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