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We have a driver package that was successfully Attestation-signed in October of last year. I noticed that the issued certificate was valid from 6/7/2022 to 6/1/2023. However, the driver package still installs on systems, seemingly without issue (although we have installed on only a small sample of systems, probably < 10).
I am wondering what determines the valid dates for that certificate from Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher, and what is the real ramification of those "valid dates"?
Do we need to obtain a new EV cert and resubmit the driver package for re-signing?
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