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F5 Networks VPN Adapter driver doesnt install on Windows 8 tablet

Hi All

Trying to install the F5 Networks VPN adapter on a Windows 8 Lenovo Tablet running Windows 8 Pro. Driver shows with a yellow warning and the error: "Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged o that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)"

Any ideas? It looks to me like a broken Windows 8 driver. I thought the F5 client was now bundled with Windows 8 but is the driver compatible? Is this just a broken driver and if so, can anyone point me at a working one?

Rob

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USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER

The F5 client is indeed now bundled with Windows 8 (8.1 I believe). It'll be in your "Add a VPN Connection" configuration.

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Comment made 05-Mar-2014 by Rob Devereux 1
Problem is that the driver is not installed and wont install.
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Comment made 05-Mar-2014 by Rob Devereux 1
Just to clarify, the actual driver in System, Device Manager is what is showing the yellow warning triangle. The driver it is trying to use is dated 2012 so I am guessing there is likely to be an update since then.
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Which version of APM or firepass are you running? I'm on 11.4 and I know I had to install it from the desktop browser side, the metro screen browser wouldn't allow it to install correctly.

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Have the same issue which doesn't allow to me to establish the VPN connection even after uninstalling the adapters also. Shows the same error message " @oem40.inf,%ver_device_str%adapter" under other devices in device manager. The F5 VPN adapter is not getting installed or the PC not able to identify the F5 name .

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Comment made 04-Apr-2016 by rithi 53
Solved the issue by manually updating the software to point to F5 VPN adapter package file with the latest date.
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