Build:ios -> You are not allowed to perform this operation

#1

I am unable to build my IOS bundle, Android worked fine.

I tried these settings:

I am an admin of the Apple team and I removed certificates related to this app before i tried to run this.

Do you know what can be the issue?

I run:
“sdkVersion”: “24.0.0”
“expo”: “^24.1.0”,
exp -V: 55.0.5

$ exp build:ios
[17:30:25] Checking if current build exists...

[17:30:26] No currently active or previous builds for this project.
? How would you like to upload your credentials?
 Expo handles all credentials, you can still provide overrides

We need your Apple ID/password to manage certificates and
provisioning profiles from your Apple Developer account.

Note: Expo does not keep your Apple ID or your Apple password.
    
? What's your Apple ID? xxx@xxx.com
? Password? [hidden]
[17:31:11] Validating Credentials...
[17:31:16] Only 1 team associated with your account, using Team ID: XXXXXX
? Will you provide your own Distribution Certificate? Let Expo handle the proces
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? Will you provide your own Push Certificate? Let Expo handle the process
[17:31:59] Error while gathering & validating credentials
[17:31:59] Reason:Unexpected response, raw:{"responseId":"xxxxxxxx","resultCode":1200,"resultString":"You are not allowed to perform this operation.  Please check with one of your Team Admins, or, if you need further assistance, please contact Apple Developer Program Support. https://developer.apple.com/support","userString":"You are not allowed to perform this operation.  Please check with one of your Team Admins, or, if you need further assistance, please contact Apple Developer Program Support. https://developer.apple.com/support","creationTimestamp":"2018-07-17T16:31:59Z","protocolVersion":"xxxx","userLocale":"en_US","requestUrl":"https://developer.apple.com/services-account/xxxx/account/ios/certificate/submitCertificateRequest.action","httpCode":200}
[17:31:59] Set EXPO_DEBUG=true in your env to view the stack trace.
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#2

see this related issue https://github.com/expo/expo/issues/1553

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#3

thanks @notbrent

I am using an Enterprise Apple Developer account.

Probably this is the reason why I cannot do this.

I am also unable to make a App Store and Add Hoc certificate manually.

Do you maybe know if we have to open a new Apple account for only distributing it via the app store in stead of in-house?

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#4

Hi @rizzoy - I believe that’s correct, you cannot distribute to the App Store using an Enterprise account. You’ll need a separate account enrolled in the normal Apple Developer Program in order to create App Store certificates. :disappointed:

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