# Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Just in case someone is googling (binging?) this later…

If you are running Visual Studio 2010 (Beta 2) on Windows 7, and you want to create a Windows Identity Foundation STS or relying party application, you need to run VS as an administrator, or it won’t create the project correctly.  I suspect it’s because it’s trying to install a cert, but there is some other stuff that fails too, probably as a result.  Once I ran VS as an admin, it all works fine. 

And, just for the record, WIF is awesome!  I’ve build an STS and relying app by hand for WCF 3, and this is SOOOOO much easier.  Excellent work guys!

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