Renewing Self-Signed “Temporary” Certificates

If you’re like me—writing internal apps for a small company—you create your own self-signed certificates when publishing a ClickOnce application. Visual Studio will create these certificates for you automatically on the first publish, but they’ll only be good for a couple of years. That’s when you find yourself under pressure, updating a malfunctioning application, and […]

Obfuscating a ClickOnce Publish in VS 2010

Awhile ago I wrote about how I used msbuild tasks to support obfuscating a project before generating a publish manifest and publishing a project using ClickOnce. It had some limitations but it has served me well for a long time. I recently upgraded to VS 2010 and found that the old targets didn’t work. Some […]