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pheles
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Can't install sgx add-in to VS2019

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Hello, Im quite new to Intel SGX development.  Currently I'm trying to build the environment to debug and compile my code however I'm not able to eventhough I installed SGX SDK. As I understood there should be an enclave project option while creating a new project but I don't seem to have it. Do I have add the files manually? Would anybody care to help? Thanks in advance!

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JesusG_Intel
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Hello pheles,


Refer to Unable to Manually Install the Visual Studio* 2019 add-in from the Intel® Software Guard Extensions ...


  1. Rename Intel(R)_SGX_Windows_SDK_2.12.100.4.exe to Intel(R)_SGX_Windows_SDK_2.12.100.4.zip.
  2. Double-click the .zip file and navigate to the installs subdirectory where you will find the .vsix files.
  3. Extract the .vsix files.
  4. Double-click SEWizardVS2019.vsixClick Next if necessary.
  5. Double-click SEConfigureVS2019.vsixClick Next if necessary.
  6. Change the extension of the .zip file back to .exe and install the SDK as usual.


Sincerely,

Jesus G.

Intel Customer Support


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JesusG_Intel
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Hello pheles,


Refer to Unable to Manually Install the Visual Studio* 2019 add-in from the Intel® Software Guard Extensions ...


  1. Rename Intel(R)_SGX_Windows_SDK_2.12.100.4.exe to Intel(R)_SGX_Windows_SDK_2.12.100.4.zip.
  2. Double-click the .zip file and navigate to the installs subdirectory where you will find the .vsix files.
  3. Extract the .vsix files.
  4. Double-click SEWizardVS2019.vsixClick Next if necessary.
  5. Double-click SEConfigureVS2019.vsixClick Next if necessary.
  6. Change the extension of the .zip file back to .exe and install the SDK as usual.


Sincerely,

Jesus G.

Intel Customer Support


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pheles
Beginner
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Hello again! Thank you so much for the help it did the trick!

JesusG_Intel
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