"Error Deployment failed! Failed to sign executable. Make sure your developer certificates have been installed in the System Keychain on the remote Mac."
When attempting to launch to my iPhone via remote build, I get this error.
I followed the instructions in the iOS Quick Start Guide to set up my certificate and provisioning profile. However, while I have the certificate listed in the System section of Keychain on my Mac, there's no option to expand it to see the Signing ID.
When doing a remote build, do the certificate and provisioning profile have to be generated from Xcode on the Mac? I created them from the Apple developer website and then download them to both my Mac and PC
asked Nov 11 '16 at 08:35 PM in Packaging & Deployment
I got it!!!! My problem was that I generated the certificate from the Apple Developer website instead of XCode. Even though I had imported the certificate into XCode, something about it wasn't correct because it didn't have an associated Private Key.
So I went into XCode > Preferences > select developer profile > View Details and clicked Reset next to my Developer Certificate (if I hadn't previously imported it into XCode, it would have let me click Create instead of Reset). I was then able to right-click the certificate and export it. I brought the new certificate into Keychain and saw that it had a Private Key under it. I moved it to the System keychain.
After that, I copied the certificate to my PC and imported it using the IPhonePackager. After that it still failed to launch on my iPhone, but turning of Wi-Fi fixed it, and now it's working!!!
answered Nov 24 '16 at 01:51 AM
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