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I assume that this inquiry is an extension to our discussions with the product
group re [MS-RPRN] and/or [MS-PAR] and the July patch (that began issuing a
dialog box to users while installing printer drivers) and the "fix" to that
problem that was released for Windows 10 last week October 11.
You request is for how you obtain a copy of this certificate. I would like to
(a) verify that this request is in conjunction with our previous discussions
and (2) to back up a bit and understand where you are in resolving this issue
and how you go to the point where you're asking this question. For instance:
is this in your pursuit to implement [MS-PAR] or is this in relation to
From: Andreas Schneider [mailto:a...@samba.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 5:14 AM
To: Interoperability Documentation Help <doch...@microsoft.com>
Subject: Verify Microsoft Catalog Files
Hello Dochelp Team,
I'm wondering where I can find the "Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility
PCA" certificate to verify digital signatures.
For example Microsoft Catalog files shippin with printer dirvers are signed
using this certificate.
eContent Type: 18.104.22.168.4.1.311.10.1
Signer's issuer DN: C=US,ST=Washington,L=Redmond,O=Microsoft
Corporation,CN=Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility PCA
Signer's serial: 330000001e258e7c4251c5d1fa00010000001e
Signature Algorithm: RSA-SHA1
The "Microsoft Root Authority" certificate is available for download but not
not the "Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility PCA"
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