# Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #321, comment 6

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• ## Ticket #321, comment 6

 initial The problem was that ''installer\build.bat'' did not construct the "%SIGNTOOL_CMD_DRIVERS%" variable properly due to cmd.exe behaving in an unexpected way. In practice, the /t (timestamp) parameter was left out, even though the script looked perfectly fine. The tap-windows installer was signed with "%SIGNTOOL_CMD%", which did include /t, and thus obscured the issue further. The problem was that ''installer\build.bat'' did not construct the "%SIGNTOOL_CMD_DRIVERS%" variable properly due to cmd.exe behaving in an unexpected way. In practice, the /t (timestamp) parameter was left out, even though the script looked perfectly fine. The tap-windows ''installer'' package was signed using "%SIGNTOOL_CMD%", which did include /t, which thus obscured the issue further. I will commit a fix to tap-windows and release a fixed OpenVPN 2.3.2 installer as soon as it passes basic smoketests.