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Delete all certificates on PC - iOS Packaging

I know how to delete the provisioning profiles, but where are the certificates saved after you import them? How do we remove them or delete any reference to them in the project?

Product Version: UE 4.14
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asked Nov 25 '16 at 07:18 PM in Packaging & Deployment

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You should be able to delete the certificates manually by going to: LocalDisk/Users/yourname/AppData/Local/AppleComputer/MobileDevice/ProvisioningProfiles


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answered Dec 01 '16 at 04:29 PM

avatar image Taurian Dec 01 '16 at 04:33 PM

Those appear to be the provisioning profiles. Not the certificates. How do I find and delete any reference to the certificates, or the certificates themselves on the PC?

avatar image Samantha Sutton ♦♦ STAFF Dec 07 '16 at 07:12 PM

If for any reason you need to remove your certificates, you can do the following:

  • Open Command Prompt

  • Type in 'Certmgr'

  • Hit 'Enter'

  • Click on 'Personal' > 'Certificates'

You should then see your certificates and be able to delete them if need be.


avatar image hugebug4ever May 24 '17 at 05:29 AM

To be more specific: It's opening windows command line (Win+R), input "certmgr.msc". At least it works on win10. the certifications located in "Certificates->Personal->Certificates" in certmgr panel

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