I have a USB serial (CDC) driver I've written and used for some time. I no longer need it for Windows 10 users, as the built-in driver works fine.
How do I mark it such that, on an upgrade, Windows will use its own driver instead of my driver? Right now, as I am signing it for earlier versions, they get issues with attestation signing.
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