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Driver signing is the process of checking the signature of the driver to determine if it has been signed as a known-good driver indicating it has been tested with Windows 2000. This can help provide greater system stability because a poorly written third-party driver can degrade system performance. Driver signing has three modes:
Using unattended Setup, you can set the mode of driver signing to what is desired for the client. For example, this may be useful if your deployment is utilizing a vendor-supplied driver that has not been signed. To configure unattended Setup to not generate a warning about an unsigned file, add the following entry to the [Unattended] section
DriverSigningPolicy = policy settingwhere policy setting is one of the following settings:
Article ID: 236029 - Last Review: February 27, 2007 - Revision: 3.2