Signing Office Macros and PowerShell Scripts – Part 2: Peculiarities of Dealing With Signed Code

The first part of this article explained how to use policies to restrict macros and PowerShell scripts so that only signed code is executed.

In the second part, the peculiarities of dealing with signed code are described in more detail.
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Author: Marco Wohler, Head of IT

Published on: 24.08.2020



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