Submit the driver to the new Microsoft Dashboard

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Submit the driver to the new Microsoft Dashboard

Postby dudul » Mon Jan 23, 2017 4:19 pm

Hi,
I'm trying to submit the drivers to the new Microsoft Dashboard.
I'm using an inf file from this madshi post:
http://forum.madshi.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=28050&start=15

It failed on the "Preparation" step with this error: "Unfortunately, we found that some INF files in your package are not valid for signing."
On the same message Microsoft suggest to to download the infverif.exe tool and check the inf file locally.

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ERROR(1203) in hd001.inf, line 0: Section [yourcompanyname.ntamd64] not found.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 52: Section [defaultuninstall.ntx86] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 56: Section [defaultuninstall.ntx86.services] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 59: Section [defaultuninstall.ntamd64] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 63: Section [defaultuninstall.ntamd64.services] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 68: Section [dummy.service.x86] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 77: Section [dummy.service.amd64] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 86: Section [t_kssw_wfpcalloutclassreg] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 95: Section [dummy.driverfiles.x86] not referenced or used.
WARNING(2083) in hd001.inf, line 98: Section [dummy.driverfiles.amd64] not referenced or used


Is anyone succeed submit the driver?

Thanks
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Re: Submit the driver to the new Microsoft Dashboard

Postby dudul » Mon Jan 23, 2017 4:57 pm

Well, it solved.
I just added an empty
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 [yourcompanyname.ntamd64]
to the end of the inf file (with my company name)
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Re: Submit the driver to the new Microsoft Dashboard

Postby madshi » Mon Jan 30, 2017 11:48 am

Glad to hear you got it solved. FWIW, maybe this is also helpful?

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=28340
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