I’m running Gpg4win 2.2.4 on Windows 7 32-bit and I’m having problems encrypting a zip file.
I have my private key under “My Certificates” but when I go to encrypt the file it displays “Encryption failed” and if I expand to show details it says “File exists”.
Any ideas what this means?
maybe http://wiki.gnupg.org/TroubleShooting helps.
Note that for encryption, you only need the certificate of the recipient.
Thanks for the info.
OK, so I was able to encrypt under the recipient’s key.
But now I need to sign under my key and when I attempt to sign the encrypted file I get “Signing failed File exists”.
I’m trying to sign this encrypted file with an X.509 certificate.
for diagnostic reasons: Try to sign a file on the command line with gpgsm
and some of its debugging flags to see what the problem is.
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