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Unsigned Driver Issue

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We recently created an image and pushed that image out to roughly 200 computers. We are now having a problem. When trying to install print drivers, we continue to get the following error message
"Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an error while attempting to install it. The driver cannot be installed because it is either not digitally signed or not signed in the appropriate manner.

When looking at the driver store, every driver shows as being unsigned, so it appears the image is bad. I have tried many solutions to get the drivers to install, but no luck.
Can anyone help with this issue? I'd hate to have to reimage 200 computers.

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Yes, I have tried both techniques. We are running windows 7. Have tried booting up then choosing "disable driver enforcement" to no avail, as well as modifying the local GPO and running the other commands mentioned in your links

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We found an issue in the registry. This fixed the issue
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