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This morning when I check out the source code in a new folder and try to run it (even my colleague) we receive "An error occured while verifying your certificates and profiles with the Apple Developer Portal.

Or should other team members install them from repository via command-line?

Which, when trying to install cert by clicking it in finder, it says "An error occurred. What is the correct way to get your team members to download the profiles?

Which means they have access to that account and if they have some problems they can in xcode press "Automatically manage signing" and invalidate the certs again.

It would be nicer if I could differentiate between the accounts; one that is used to create certificates and profiles, and one with less privileges to only retrieve the certificates. And what is the recommended way if you have multiple apps using the same certificate?

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