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Windows Logo Kit 1.0.a Opportunity
The Windows Logo Kit 1.0.a (WLK) is the new recommended kit for certifying devices on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista platforms. This kit was developed in response to customer feedback and includes Microsoft's test automation infrastructure for device testing, the Driver Test Manager (DTM), and all of the tests required by the Windows logo program.

This release of the kit also contains previews of the new tests that will be required with the logo program refresh in June 2007. Lastly, this release includes a rollup of all QFEs to the DTM and logo tests that shipped in the Windows Driver Kit (WDK) for Windows Vista as well as a number of other fixes and updates to address stability and reliability issues.

The Windows Logo Kit 1.0.a supports the Windows Logo Program certification for:
• Windows XP (32bit and 64bit editions)
• Windows Server 2003 (32bit and 64bit editions)
• Windows Vista (32bit and 64bit editions)

Please note, to achieve Windows Logo certification either the WLK (which includes the DTM) or the DTM must be used at this time.

To sign up for the the Windows Logo Kit 1.0.a, get more information, or provide beta feedback please review the instructions posted here. Thank you!


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April 4, 2007
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