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Hello there. I've been tasked to get into the HLK Process to test and ultimately sign a driver for virtual network interfaces. I have a few questions though and this seems like a good place to ask without having to wait for 30 days for my account to unlock...
So far I have set up a HLK 1903 and two clients 1909 that could install the client software. I was unable to connect a HLK 2004 to a client with 20H2. Said these versions are not compatible and I don't know why. All the documentation says it should work but it doesn't. Oh well.
To celebrate being able to connect the clients with the server, I ran evevery test there was available. A lot of them passed, a lot of them failed. And now I have the simple questions... which tests do I actually need to get the driver signed? I know that i have to create a package taht I can send in to get it signed, but on documentation pages I only found "After the device passes all of the necessary tests..."
Well, what are the necessary tests?
Sorry if this might be a very basic questions, it's just that there is so much documentation and I can't seem to find the right search words to get the right answers.
When I look into the Test-Status it tells me "Assessment Failed: 2 Tests" (I test on two machines). Are these the tests that need to pass?
One test is being logged as "Running" and I have not found a way to abort or reset it in any way. Don't know what to do about that one.
I would greatly appreciate any help you guys can send my way. Even some helpful links would be awesome. Thank you for your time!
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