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First published on MSDN on Oct 20, 2015

Microsoft has previously communicated that it would be requiring Extended Validation (EV) certificates to be used when a submission is being made to the Hardware Developer Portal, also known as Sysdev, 90 days after Windows 10 RTM.  We would like to announce a policy change.  As of October 31, 2015, your Sysdev account must have at least one EV certificate associated with it and you can sign with either your EV certificate or your existing standard certificates until May 1, 2016.  After May 1, 2016, you would need to use the EV certificate to sign the package that is being submitted to Sysdev.