Hi everyone,

I am trying to repackage the UltraVNC Mirror Driver 1.00.22 with Wise Package Studio 7.0 SP3. I am following the guidance from these URLs: However, I'm confused if the driver is signed or unsigned. I downloaded the drivers from http://sc.uvnc.com/drivers.zip. Inside the 'xp\driver' folder path (XP is the target platform I'm repackaging for), there are 4 files:
  • mv2.cat
  • mv2.dll
  • mv2.inf
  • mv2.sys
Since a .cat file is already present with a digital signature embedded from GlobalSign, I would have thought this means the driver is signed:

However, if I try to install the driver manually using devcon.exe for testing:
[blockquote][font="courier new"]devcon.exe install mv2.inf mv_hook_display_driver2
[/blockquote]... I get this warning message, which suggests that the driver is unsigned:

Can anyone explain what is happening here? Is it because it's not signed by Microsoft themselves (i.e., when I inspect .cat files on my own computer, they all seemed to be signed by Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher)? If so: Thanks in advance.
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