I think I've reached the nadir of
iOS provisioning hell. After migrating to a new mac and doing an archive for distribution, I received the error:
Code Sign error: No unexpired provisioning profiles found that contain
any of the keychain's signing certificates
I then erased all certs and keys and provision profiles and did a "hard reset" (deleting all keys, certs, and profiles), following Apple's instructions by hand, with the same error. Then I did another hard reset and then had Xcode handle the whole thing via the Organizer, did another archive – only to see the same error.
I have all certs (
Developer ID Cert Authority,
iPhone Distribution) showing in Keychain Access,
Xcode shows that it sees the dev and distribution certs, as well as the provisioning profiles, all marked with a green checkmark and "valid" status.
Code signing within the app show the correct dev and distribution is selected.
What's really troubling is that a Google search on the error shows one tech note from Apple that isn't very helpful, 2 tweets, and 3 results in Japanese – and nothing else. I contacted one of the tweeps and he said he fixed it with a hard result, which I have done twice.
Any ideas on where to go or what to do next?