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Succeeding With The Windows Logo Program For Hardware David Edfeldt – Lead Program Manager Steve Jackson – Group Program Manager Windows Hardware Online Services Microsoft Corporation
Agenda Road to Success with the new Windows Vista Logo Program via Device Test Manager (DTM) Win. Qual WHQL Events where you can dig deeper Featured Microsoft Vista Logo Benefit Windows Vista Customer Touch Windows Vista Update Advisor
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Ever Get This WHQL Mail? Submissions currently average over an errata per submission!
Helping You Be Successful Integration into Logo definition process Better tools in WDK Robust testing with DTM Test results integrated errata handling and submission process Faster turn-around through automation Flexible Signing Options Focus on driver quality, innovation and security, end user experience
Logo Work Flow which is processed by Win. Qual DTM testing which creates a submission package creates Test Logs Returning a signed cat And Logo qualification
Qualification Testing Via DTM New DTM harness More powerful, flexible test environment Distributed testing faster testing Integration to the logo and support Standardized test logs Servicing part of design Expect timely updates Responsive to partner requests
DTM Integrates With Logo Process Qualification programs Logo Wizard walks you through the process Automated selection of tests based on device capabilities Status indicator keeps you up to date Easier submissions Packaging specifically for the simplified Win. Qual submission site reduces submission processing time Programmatic collection of data eliminates common errors and ensure a successful submission
Professional Developer Support For DTM Same support used for other Microsoft products Driver devs on support = your support needs not blocked by Device team availability Support incidents feed automated errata system Beta support is available today Email DTMSupp @ microsoft. com for free beta support Beta support ends at product release, scheduled for Windows Vista RC 1
Errata Process Automated Log with failures Goes through errata filter Problem resolved automatically
Win. Qual New Features Dramatic UI improvements Submission UI simplified for minimal manual entry Designed with your workflow needs in mind Test Report and Cat file access simplified Performance Upload rewritten with performance and security in mind Site timeouts eliminated Automation of tasks Log review automatic thanks to DTM integration Test Signing – web service planned New Site opens summer
Old Win. Qual Submission UI
New Win. Qual Submission UI
WHQL Focus On Your Business Success Continued support for traditional devices Still logo experts Deep ties with device teams and logo Business focused Deeper engagement during product planning Investing time in preventing problems versus reacting to them New programs for innovative products Integration of WHQL and WLP processes Programs to sign all drivers via INF
WHQL Embraces Innovation Efficient blending of Premium/Basic testing 10 New Windows Vista device programs 4 Emerging logo categories to launch before Server (and more being defined) 3 Non-Logo signing programs to meet changing needs More emphasis on driver quality, security and end-user experience
Signing Programs By Code Type Category WHQL Program Signing (Release) Signing Programs (Release) Embedded Test Signing Programs Catalog User mode product code Device Driver Device Logo 2 Best Practice WHQL, KMCS 3 WHQL, WHQL Test Signing Application N/A Best Practice N/A Kernel mode product code Device Driver Device Logo 2 KMCS 4 WHQL 7, KMCS WHQL Test Signing, KMCS Test Signing Hardware Driver Client System, Server System, Unclassified 1 KMCS 4 WHQL 7, KMCS WHQL Test Signing, KMCS Test Signing Application Driver Unclassified 6 KMCS 4 WHQL 7, KMCS Test Signing Kernel Service N/A KMCS 4 WHQL 7, KMCS Test Signing Verification tools, Diagnostic tools, Tests N/A No No KMCS Test Signing 5 Nonproduct kernel mode code WHQL Unclassified: covers all hardware supporting drivers needed for system functionality, outside of device logo programs If not available for device type, use WHQL Unclassified 3 If device will not be submitted to WHQL, recommended to sign catalog using KMCS (release) due to DMI install time check 4 For boot start drivers (Loaded by Win. Load): Required by WHQL, strongly recommended due to boot performance impact Win. Load): 5 Required to allow execution of software, embedded signing recommended 6 WHQL Unclassified will accept software drivers installed via an. inf file. inf 7 WHQL is recommended, for all kernel mode software not signed by WHQL use KMCS 1 2
DTM/Win. Qual Training Opportunities Now! See Win. HEC lab schedule Visit our Booth July 28 -31 DTM Bugbash, Redmond Testing your devices with latest Beta release Intro to Winqual and DTM integration Sept 11 -14 WHQL Plugfest, Redmond Submissions with the RC 1 tests End-to-end Test to submission (DTM and Win. Qual)
Microsoft Windows Vista Logo Benefit: Windows Vista Customer Touch Steve Jackson Group Program Manager Windows Hardware Online Services Microsoft Corporation
Logo Benefit Windows Vista Customer Reach As a Microsoft Windows Vista Logo’ed partner, you are eligible to utilize platform services to inform Microsoft Windows Vista customers about your product Microsoft Windows Vista customers are “opted in” to platform services by default Example: Windows Error Reporting Find problems from end users Inform customers of fixes There are two Microsoft Windows Vista notification mechanisms to get information about your product out to customers Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor A single line item representing a device, an iconic representation of readiness status and a link to obtain more information Windows Vista Response System A control panel application that displays a list of issues and drill down capability to problem description and solution
Logo Benefit Windows Vista Customer Reach There is one Microsoft Windows Vista distribution mechanism to get your drivers and hardware related software out to customers Windows Update A broad reaching service platform specializing in content delivery and installation Very easy to get your drivers to end users Your best driver for each Pn. P ID
Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor
Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor
Response Flow New Response feature for Windows Vista DMIDriver. Not. Found Errors appear on tray Same importance as Windows Update Customer is guided to solutions
Response Flow New Solve Problems feature for Windows Vista DNF Errors appear in a list
Response Flow For customers that have not executed Windows Update Client or opted out of Windows Update
Response Flow For customers that need to go to a vendor site for a driver
Response Flow For customers that have a device we know about but have no driver for
Response Flow For customers that have a device we don’t know about and have no driver for
Response Flow For customers that have an obsolete device (Microsoft and Vendor working together)
Response Flow For customers that have an obsolete device (Vendor will not support)
Controlled Driver Auto-Update Windows Update is now built into Microsoft Windows Vista
Controlled Driver Auto-Update Microsoft Windows Vista customers download your drivers and hardware related software here
Call To Action Help us help you by testing DTM on Windows Vista and reporting bugs Plug into the trainings and events we are offering to prepare for the Windows Vista launch Visit the lab and booth for hands-on demos Engage with us to get your product information reflected in Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor and Windows Vista Response System Utilize controlled driver auto-update as another mechanism to keep your customers up-to-date with the latest versions of drivers and hardware related software Stay tuned to Winqual for more details about providing additional data for Vista Upgrade Advisor and the Response System
More Info For Success Web Resources Information http: //www. microsoft. com/whdc/ Information and Tools https: //winqual. microsoft. com/ White Papers http: //www. microsoft. com/whdc/resources/current. mspx Digital Signatures for Kernel Modules on x 64 -based Systems Running Windows Vista http: //www. microsoft. com/whdc/system/platform/64 bit/km signing. mspx Authenticode Signing http: //msdn. microsoft. com/workshop/security/authcode/a uthenticode_ovw_entry. asp? frame=true
More Help E-mail Resources Getting interim DTM builds winqual @ microsoft. com DTM Support dtmsup @ microsoft. com WHQL whqldt @ microsoft. com and whqlsys @ microsoft. com
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