fixed the issue. Will look into that further I just tested your code with the signtool.exe coming from my Visual Studio 2017 installation and things seems to work. So I would really like to see the code / command you use for signing the files. Even more I would like to see the real output from the error that you are seeing. Could you try your signing process manually / by hand at first, so we are sure that we are focusing on the correct issue?
I wish this help you Here is the solution I ended up with: When installing the service, I gave the service user permission to start and stop the service. See my question on service permissions for more details.
Install python for windows with no user interaction
around this issue Unpack the contents of Winpython, copy this folder to any windows-machine you like. Your done :-). Concerning your 2nd question: Winpython is fully portable and comes with a GUI-Installer for 3rd-party python packages. Install all you need ONLY ONCE and copy the Winpython folder afterwards to all Windows-PC.
Any way to use self signed certificates on the windows phone 7 emulator?
it helps some times If you are not seeing the certificate under General->About->Certificate Trust Settings, then you probably do not have the ROOT CA installed. Very important -- needs to be a ROOT CA, not an intermediary CA. This is very easy to determine by using openssl: