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keytool is part of the standard java distribution.

in a windows 64-bit machine, you would normally find the jdk at

c:\program files\java\jdk1.8.0_121\bin

it is used for managing keys and certificates you can sign things with, in your case, probably a jar file.

if you provide more details of what you need to do, we could probably give you a more specific answer.

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if you have java installed of course keytool is in there. what you need to do is to add it on your path variable.

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if you have android installed in windows, you will also find it here: c:\program files\android\jdk\microsoft_dist_openjdk_1.8.0.25\jre\bin

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it is in path/to/jdk/bin. make sure that $java_home is defined, and $java_home/bin is added to $path, or else the 'keytool' command won't be recognized when called.

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here: c:\program files\java\jre7\bin it is an exe keytool.exe

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if you are working with a mac... the keytool is part of the java sdk and can be found in the following location /system/library/java/javavirtualmachines/[version].jdk/contents/home/bin/keytool

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keytool it's a binary file into the jdk folder ... just add your jdk as environment variable by adding the following line

c:\program files\java\jdk1.8.0_65\bin

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for me it turned out to be in c/program files/java/jdk1.7.0_25/bin (windows 8). a more general answer to this question is that it will most likely be in the bin sub directory of wherever your jdk is installed.

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keytool is a tool to manage (public/private) security keys and certificates and store them in a java keystore file (stored_file_name.jks).
it is provided with any standard jdk/jre distributions.
you can find it under the following folder %java_home%\bin.


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