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Certificate Services Support

Please note although the “Entrust Root Certification Authority – G2” is still listed on Microsoft’s cross-certificate-list, Entrust does not issue certificates which support kernel-mode signing.
Entrust provides attestation signing[3], which requires the use of an Entrust EV Codesigning Certificate in order to submit the driver to Microsofts Partner Center (also known as Hardware Dev Center Dashboard).

Further links:
Step-by-Step Guide provided my Microsoft:
Attestation signing a kernel driver for public release:
Microsoft’s partner center to create and manage driver submissions:
Windows 10 Kernel Mode Code Signing (KMCS) Requirements:

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