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Installing fscspr 13.10 on exported msi package to win7 laptop.
I get an error "Windows requires a digitally signed driver".
How do I fix this?
Hi,never seen that before. FS-drivers have been signed since ages. My wild guess: Windows 7 is missing the latest CA updates to verify the signature or the MSI is broken (try tor repeat import/export from a new download).
The "fsdfw.sys" file in question (or at least the copy found on my office computer) has not one, but two digital signatures:
- one issued by F-Secure Corp., counter-signed by Globalsign CA and
- another issued by Microsoft Windows 3rd Party HW Compatibility Publisher, counter-signed by Microsoft Root CA.
There is likely some problem with the OS on the customer's particular endpoint computer, I think Microsoft Update should be ran on it.
Best regards: Tamas Feher, Hungary.
KB3033929 e KB2685811