Getting Started: Windows Logo Program. Amina Saify Program Manager. Objectives. Understand end-to-end Windows Logo Program for hardware How to access logo program requirements How to run tests and troubleshoot How to make a submission How to manage your submission. Overview.
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WLP: Windows Logo Program
WLK: Windows Logo Kit
DTM: Driver Test Manager
WTT: Windows Test Technologies
Device 0DTM Scenario
The scheduler matches the jobs to the test targets with the appropriate hardware
…and shared with customers, OEMs, or submitted to Windows Logo Program
The jobs and test configuration are sent to the test targets
The test targets are configured automatically
The tests execute in parallel or in sequence, collecting results in logs
A domain‑joined environment is an environment in which a domain controller is present and all machines on which DTM components will be installed are joined to the domain controller
A workgroup environment is one in which no domain controller is present and all machines belong to the same workgroup
NOTE: Undocumented deployment scenarios are not supported
To indicate the status of the job that is associated with the test you will use:
– The job is executing
– The job has ended and passed
– The job has ended and failed
Note: If the job passes, you can ignore errors inthe Task Execution Statuspane
Log with failures
Problem is resolved automatically
Goes through filters
Setup procedure overview:
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