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an2ny79

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Need help..
Im currently in Phils. My server in Taiwan sent me notice that new version has been released.. The problem is this:

Whenever I install new update (starting v6.3), I need to click CONTINUE ANYWAY button whenever OS display a warning message informing that compatibility of the drivers with the windows OS cannot be verified (something like that)... You might wonder, what's the big deal??? The big deal is.. in a certain hardware installation, after clicking the CONTINUE ANYWAY button, server's connection to and from outside world halt. I will be needing someone to click it for me until it is ready to restart.

Now, is there a way I could make this simple without bugging somebody else to finish my installation?

Unlike the old version, I could install it from start to finish without disconnection.
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FRiC

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Maybe you can change the driver signing option to ignore (install the software anyway and don't ask for my approval)?
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snorlax

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Yes it disconnects you but you can reconnect right after that.

I recently did a remote upgrade on 2 differents sites using Remote Administrator to remotely control my Win XP servers and no pb reconnecting each time a click on Continue Anyway cuts the communication.
But the nicest way would be to temporarely disable the warning since we know what we are installing just as we can disable an antivirus.
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an2ny79

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Yeah, I've been thinking of disabling that driver signing thing from the very beginning.. and I was stupid not to see where I should go to do it, it was under my nose all along. Laughing

Anyway, I already fixed my prob.

For anyone who doesn't know where is that Driver Signing Option:

Right Click MY COMPUTER
Choose PROPERTY
click HARDWARE tab
on the mid section there is this DRIVER SIGNING button.

Cheer!
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winkelman

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The disconnections occurs not because of the driver signing, but because the network adapter driver is being upgraded as part of the software update and thus the network card is being reset (several times). This is what cuts your connection...

(Just hope the NIC doesn't hang between resets Razz )
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