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Use the Signing page of the Visual Studio Project Designer to set strong-name signing options for the Synergy .NET assembly. For more information, see Microsoft documentation for signing an assembly.
To access this page, select a project node in Solution Explorer, and then select Project > Properties. In Project Designer, select the Signing tab.
Sign the ClickOnce manifests
Timestamp server URL
Sign the Assembly
Select this option to sign the assembly.
Choose a strong name key file
Specifies a strongly named key file for signing the assembly. Select <New...> to use the Create Strong Name Key dialog box (Synergy .NET) dialog box to create a new file (an .snk file is created). To select an existing key file, select <Browse...>.
Delay sign only
Select this option to use delay signing. If you delay sign an assembly, you'll need to use the Strong Name Tool (Sn.exe) to sign it before you distribute it. For more information, see Microsoft documentation for Sn.exe.
Although delay signed projects cannot be debugged or run, you can prevent verification during development by using Sn.exe with the -Vr option.