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On a Dell Latitude laptop model installed in our enterprise environment the "Intel Management Engine Interface" driver is loaded and works as expected, but on the driver tab in dev-manager it is said to be unsigned. This is not the case when a Admin is longed in, or when just running the dev-manager as an admin.

It is clear that this is just a "cosmetic" issue, but I feel the need to understand why this is.

Thank you for you help.

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Are we talking about x86 or x64 Windows? It sounds like thw two users are using different versions of the driver. I would try installing the driver through the user account to see if that helps. – Ramhound Sep 14 '12 at 12:41
This is x86, the users are not using different drivers, even when I am logged in as the user and rund dev-manager as admin I get different results. I can have two instances of dev-manager running paralell (ona as user, one as admin) and get the different results. – Björn T Vildljung Sep 14 '12 at 12:50
Also: I can still check the version number of the "unsigned" driver, and it is the same as the one seen from an admins point of view. – Björn T Vildljung Sep 14 '12 at 12:57
Is there realy no one who experiences this? We have it on several modells now. I realise it nust be something we are doing wrong, but what? – Björn T Vildljung Sep 20 '12 at 5:13

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