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We have a 32-bit and 64-bit PCIe drivers that we developed using the Jungo software (https://www.jungo.com/st/products/windriver/). We have purchased an EV from Sertico. At this point we have the USB token and can access it from SafeNet. My question is, what are the next steps to getting this signed so that our customers can use it on Windows 10?
Do I use SafeNet to create a certificate that I then register on MS Partner portal?
Do I send the DLL's to MS?
As you can see, I am currently lost in what to do.
Thanks for any help.
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