Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of TapWindows6CodesignTests


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Timestamp:
04/21/16 06:41:06 (3 years ago)
Author:
Samuli Seppänen
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  • TapWindows6CodesignTests

    v9 v10  
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    115115||'''Operating system'''||'''Bitness'''||'''Installs?'''||'''Works?'''||'''All updates installed?'''||'''Errors'''||'''Tester'''||
     116||Windows Vista||32||Yes||Yes||No||See note 2 below||selva||
    116117||Windows Vista||64||Yes||Yes||Yes||no||raidz||
    117118||Windows 7 (pro)||64||Yes||Yes||Yes||no||mattock||
    118119||Windows 10||64||Yes||Yes||?||See note 1 below||mattock||
     120||Windows 10||64||Yes||Yes||No||No||selva||
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    120 1. When other tap-windows6 drivers (such as those from OpenVPN Connect) were installed, installation went fine, but Windows was unable to activate the driver. Removing the other tap-windows6 drivers made the driver install ''and'' work just fine.
     1221. When other tap-windows6 drivers (such as those from OpenVPN Connect) were installed, installation went fine, but Windows was unable to activate the driver. Removing the other tap-windows6 drivers made the driver install ''and'' work just fine.
     1231. From Selva's email: ''"The behaviour on vista 32 (still not updated) is somewhat strange -- both the -sha2 and -sha1-sha2 now installs without any warning after the first forced installation  --- i.e.,  install ignoring a stern warning, remove, and then install again and the second time onwards there are no warnings. I did not select the "trust this publisher" button or anything, but it behaves as if."''