I am working on Cisco IP Communicator 2.1.3 and am trying to deploy it silently. On my Windows Vista machine, I am getting the Driver Message 'Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software' then the option to install.

We do not have Digital Signatures or anything that would actually be helpful. Anyone have an Idea on how I can accept silently or modify the MSI/MST to not prompt?
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Not 100% sure about Vista but under XP settings for driver signing (block / prompt / allow) can be controlled via group policy - which will obviously be set for the machine, not just your package install.

Guess you maybe able to use a custom action to tweak the appropriate reg keys before and after the driver install but I haven't tried it.

Answered 07/28/2008 by: MSIPackager
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GPO is the only thing I could think of as well... that or a dig sig. It is too bad my company wants to invest in rolling out Vista, but is unwilling to get us the tools we need to do so such as our own signature and I would give my left shoe for SVS right about now... and yet they want us to deploy with UAC enabled with non of these tools... I knew that I should have become a pastry chef or a chocolatier.
Answered 07/29/2008 by: Digitalweezil
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