We’ve recently entered the Microsoft Windows Logo Program and just obtained the Works with Vista logo for Macro Scheduler 9.0 🙂
I’m curious about this:
* Does the program require a Verisign certificate?
* I read that the installer file must be a MSI file. Is this correct. You install package is an EXE
I think it would be very useful if you could post a little step by step guide on how to have an application certified with the work with Windows Vista logo.
Comment by Andrea Nagar — December 11, 2006 @ 9:51 pm
Microsoft has the guide to the “works with vista” process on their website here:
Well done Marcus! I know this wasn’t easy…
Comment by me_again — December 14, 2006 @ 1:55 am
Yes, a Verisign code signing certificate is required. A bit annoying since we already have a Thawte one. However, they are currently offering the Verisign code signing cert for only $99 for the first year via the Windows Vista logo program.
Comment by Marcus Tettmar — December 14, 2006 @ 8:24 am
Sorry, missed your other question. No MSI is not required. A .EXE installer is fine. The link me_again has posted outlines the steps required.
Comment by Marcus Tettmar — December 14, 2006 @ 11:33 am
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