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Yes, another post about driver signing, how exhausting! I've searched high and low and so far only received dead-ends so here I am
I've got a lower class filter driver for
BTHUSB devices, designed for and tested under Windows 7, 8(.1) and 10. I prepared the whole WHQL pipeline of fun (HCK & HLK) and am now stuck on what's "the right way" of getting a class filter driver through the test battery and ultimately signed by partner portal submission.
As a "fallback" plan I've also crafted a DUT-specific INF file but that extends the certification category by all the USB and Bluetooth tests I would then do just to waste time and burn electricity, since my filter has only a very small footprint on what it's rectifying.
What am I missing here? Is "cheating" by some fabricated INF and a "piggy-back" device really the only way to get the binary signed for Windows 7 up to 10 and SecureBoot and Server Editions etc. etc.?
Thanks for reading, cheers!
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