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04-10-2014 12:09 PM
Trying to set up my Flash Builder development environment on a new win 8.1 system. Can create new .p12 certificate file using my restored key files but when I try to create a debug token for my Z10, I get a message that says that the certificate file that I just selected does not exist. Must be some kind of permissions problem. Need help.
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04-10-2014 10:22 PM - edited 04-10-2014 11:18 PM
one key file can be registered only once. so if you trying to back up from previous setup you will have to backup files from the appdata/roaming folder too.
Interesting. Three files were created when I registered my keys on my XP box. Should I copy these files from the default directory in my XP setup into the Users\...\AppData/Roaming/\Reasearch in Motion folder on my win 8 machine?
EDIT: I answered my own question - the place to put the backed up files is in the RIM subfolder in the Roaming folder. Thanks for the assist!