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Can't open an enclave project on VISUAL STUDIO 2017

mohsinkhan12
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I followed those instructions: Intel SGX

My CPU supports Intel SGX and I enabled it on the BIOS. I had Visual Studio 2017 on my PC and I installed Intel SGX SDK for Windows*
I have problem installing Intel SGX PSW when I try to install it I get that Error:

The installed version of Windows is not supported by this installer. If you enable Intel® SGX on your system, Windows Update install Intel® SGX Platform Software automatically. You can enable Intel® SGX on your system using the following App from Microsoft Store: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/intel-r-software-guard-extensions-activation-app/9n4tv0sxlnmt#acti...skin Note: Your computer manufacturer of IT department may select a different version of the Intel® SGX Platform Software from Windows Update than the one included. Please read the installation guide for more information.

as I said, I enabled Intel® SGX on my system and I install the app and it says that Intel® SGX is activated .

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So that means that I already have the PSW?

and if not, what should I do ?

If yes - so why I get that Error 

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 (wrote it down here) when I try to open an enclave project?

The vstemplate file references the wizard class "SEWizardVS2017.SGXWizard', which does not exist in the assembly " SEWizardV52017, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=1c03693ccb8cf428*

What am I missing here?

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JesusG_Intel
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Hello mohsinkhan12,


What is your OS version and build number?

 

Confirm that the SGX PSW is installed:

Open Device Manager, look for Intel® Software Guard Extensions under System Devices and Software Components

 

It should also be listed in Control Panel | Programs and Features

 

If you see Intel® Software Guard Extensions, then the PSW is installed, and you can skip to the section below "Repair or Reinstall the SGX SDK."

 

If you do not see Intel Software Guard Extensions listed, run Windows Update to install the Intel SGX PSW and check the Device Manager again.

 

If it still does not install refer to the section "Install Intel® SGX Platform Software" in "Intel SGX Installation Guide for Windows OS.pdf," which is under the "documents" folder from your SGX SDK installation package.

 

Repair or Reinstall the SGX SDK:

After you confirm the PSW is installed, run the SGX SDK installer again and select Repair.

 

When the repair is finished, try opening an SGX sample again.

 

If that still doesn't solve the problem, then Remove the SDK completely and re-install it.

 

When installing the SDK, ensure to select Intel® SGX Visual Studio 2017 Debugger and Intel® SGX Visual Studio 2017 Integration.

 

Let us know how this works for you.


Sincerely,

Jesus G.

Intel Customer Support



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JesusG_Intel
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Hello mohsinkhan12,


What is your OS version and build number?

 

Confirm that the SGX PSW is installed:

Open Device Manager, look for Intel® Software Guard Extensions under System Devices and Software Components

 

It should also be listed in Control Panel | Programs and Features

 

If you see Intel® Software Guard Extensions, then the PSW is installed, and you can skip to the section below "Repair or Reinstall the SGX SDK."

 

If you do not see Intel Software Guard Extensions listed, run Windows Update to install the Intel SGX PSW and check the Device Manager again.

 

If it still does not install refer to the section "Install Intel® SGX Platform Software" in "Intel SGX Installation Guide for Windows OS.pdf," which is under the "documents" folder from your SGX SDK installation package.

 

Repair or Reinstall the SGX SDK:

After you confirm the PSW is installed, run the SGX SDK installer again and select Repair.

 

When the repair is finished, try opening an SGX sample again.

 

If that still doesn't solve the problem, then Remove the SDK completely and re-install it.

 

When installing the SDK, ensure to select Intel® SGX Visual Studio 2017 Debugger and Intel® SGX Visual Studio 2017 Integration.

 

Let us know how this works for you.


Sincerely,

Jesus G.

Intel Customer Support



JesusG_Intel
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Hello mohsinkhan12,


Do you need further help with this issue?


Regards,

Jesus G.

Intel Customer Support


JesusG_Intel
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