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I'm about 60 days out from having to renew our Symantec (Verisign) non-EV code signing certificate.
I'm considering switching to an EV cert so I can do attestation signing for our driver.
The driver is WDM, software only, with no associated physical hardware.
It does have an inf and cat file (which we also sign).
99% of our installs are on the windows server platform.
According to this Microsoft web page:
An attestation signed driver will only work for Windows 10. It will not work for other versions of Windows, such as Windows 8.1, Windows 7, or any Windows Server versions.
Is that accurate?
Will an attestation signed driver work on Windows Server 2012R2 through 2019 (1809) ?
Or do I have to submit this "software only" driver through some sort of Microsoft testing?
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