will help you You may have created a new provisioning profile using certificates the private key for which have been deleted from your keychain. Or the certificate has been created from another mac. I have faced such issues and the best solution is to create a new certificate and a new provisioning profile.
will be helpful for those in need Had the same problem yesterday. Now, after signing to the developer portal, for every invalid provisioning profile have a button "Renew". After renewing and downloading updated provisioning profile all seems to work as expected, so problem is definitely solved :) Update: you may have to contact Apple to get a "Renew"-button, or they removed it -- and the solution is to just download it and add it to the keychain, no need to renew.
Xcode attempted to locate or generate matching signing assets and failed to do so
hope this fix your issue I'm also facing this issue as a 'Team Member' role. The 'You are not allowed to perform this operation' warning leads me to believe that XCode is more strictly enforcing the roles defined here: https://developer.apple.com/programs/roles/ Even though I have access to the signing assets (certificate and provisioning profile), XCode won't allow me to specify them. Try upgrading your role to Team Admin.
I wish this helpful for you Since release of Xcode 7, developers are allowed to test or run app on any number of devices by logging in with your Apple ID. There is no need of paid Program membership of Apple. Follow below steps :
Xcode 8 failed to locate or generate matching signing assets