Products and Features with dependencies on the 1E Client.
1E does not provide a combined diagram showing all components and features. Please refer to the communications reference page for each product:
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On Windows computers, the installation MSIs, executables and DLLs of the 1E software are digitally signed by 1E using the 1E Limited SHA1 and SHA256 signature certificates.
These signing certificates are issued by the Symantec Class 3 SHA256 Code Signing CA, which in turn is issued by the root CA VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority - G5.
The SHA1 and SHA256 signature certificates are each countersigned with the same Timestamp signature certificate Starfield Timestamp Authority - G2, itself issued by Starfield Secure Certificate Authority - G2, in turn issued by the root CA Starfield Root Certificate Authority – G2.
The root CA certificates (for signing and countersigning) must exist in the Third-Party Root Certification Authorities store (which is replicated in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store). These root CA certificates are normally automatically provided by Microsoft's Update Root Certificates feature, however for legacy OS computers in a lab environment that are not connected to the Internet, see Constraints of Legacy OS.