Timestamping - Microsoft Windows

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Note: Before following the instructions below you must download Windows® Server 2003 SP1 Platform SDK Web Install and SignCode.
 

  1. Open the Microsoft Platform SDK (R2) Setup Wizard. Click Next.Step 1.png
  2. Click Custom. Click Next.Step 2.png
  3. Select Configuration Options. Click Next.Step 3.png
  4. Open the command line editor (Start > Run > CMD). Change directory to the Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows\Bin directory. Run the command: signtool signwizard.Step 4.png
  5. The Digital Signature Wizard will open.Step 5.png
  6. Click Browse. Select the file you would like to sign. Click Next.Step 6.png
  7. Select the type of signing you want (Typical or Custom).Step 7.png
  8. Choose the Select From Store option.Step 8.png
  9. Select your GlobalSign certificate. Click OK.Step 9.png
  10. Click Next.
    Step 10.png
  11. Enter a Description or Web Location. Click Next.Step 11.png
  12. Click Add a Timestamp to the Data. Enter a GlobalSign Timestamping URL:
    Microsoft Authenticode Only: http://timestamp.globalsign.com/scripts/timestamp.dll
    All Other CodeSigning Orders: http://timestamp.globalsign.com/scripts/timestamp.dll
    Step 12.png
  13. Check the summary details. Click Finish.Step 13.png
  14. Timestamping completed successfully.
    Step 14.png

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