(2016-02-15 20:49)ATVwaffles Wrote:
Resetting Certificates Using Xcode
(2016-02-15 20:46)DanTheMan827 Wrote:
(2016-02-15 20:43)ATVwaffles Wrote: This seems incredibly lengthy. What should I be on the lookout for there?
To install a missing intermediate certificate
- Go to http://www.apple.com/certificateauthority.
- Under Apple Intermediate Certificates, click the link for the intermediate certificate you’re missing.
- A certificate file, with a .cer extension, appears in your Downloads folder.
- Double-click the certificate file to install it in your system keychain.
You can also drag the certificate into your login keychain
Neither is doing anything still get app signing error with it in the list now
If Xcode detects an issue with a signing identity, it displays an appropriate action in Accounts preferences. If Xcode displays a Create button, the signing identity doesn’t exist in Member Center or on your Mac. If Xcode displays a Reset button, the signing identity is not usable on your Mac—for example, it is missing the private key. If you click the Reset button, Xcode revokes and re-creates the corresponding certificate.
Otherwise, you can use Member Center to revoke the certificate, as described in Revoking Certificates Using Member Center. If you are a team admin, use Member Center to revoke team member development certificates.
To revoke a certificate using Xcode
- Choose Xcode > Preferences, and click Accounts at the top of the window.
- Select your team, and click View Details.
- In the dialog that appears, click the Reset button in the Action column for the signing identity you want to revoke and re-create.
- In the dialog that appears, click Done.