PicoScope 6.13.6 Driver installation help

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IcTech
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PicoScope 6.13.6 Driver installation help

Post by IcTech » Mon Nov 12, 2018 8:34 am

I'm trying to install the drivers for a Picoscope 2204A. I'm trying to install them remotely as we are an educational establishment.
I have managed to sucessfully install the software using PDQ deploy using an extracted msi, however when it comes to installing the drivers (copied from the DriverStore\FileRepository) to the remote machine it fails to install the driver using various methods.

I have used the following command to install the certificates which works fine.

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cd C:\PicoDriver\
Certutil –addstore –f TrustedPublisher Pico_Technology_Ltd.cer
Certutil –addstore –f TrustedPublisher symanteccounter.cer

However when it comes to installing the drivers, I've used both dpinst and pnputil but both fail with the error

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Adding the driver package failed : The publisher of an Authenticode(tm) signed catalog has not yet been established as trusted.
That particular response is from powershell but command prompt also says a similar thing.

The certificates are installed but it still doesn't trust it.
I've got about 90 computers to install this on.
We are running windows 7 Enterprise SP1

Thanks in advance.

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Re: PicoScope 6.13.6 Driver installation help

Post by Martyn » Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:40 pm

Please email support@picotech.com and the team will be able assist you with your installation issues.
Martyn
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