When installing a custom package made from the MSI Configurator in 22.214.171.124 I get a pop-up that blocks the install with no way around it. The image attached is basically what happens although for a different application.
The only way around it is to edit the registry and reboot the computer. This just started happening maybe a couple of months ago or so. If I do the base install of the host downloaded from remoteutilities.com I do not have this issue but it is a pain because I use the MSI Configurator to set a password and email the ID etc to me so I don't have to try and remember to write it down or take a picture.
The current code signing certificates issued by DigiCert - for the vanilla version and for the custom installer - are both valid.
An older certificate used for custom installers, issued by Sectigo, was revoked by Sectigo. When we asked to explain why they did so they never answered. We decided that Sectigo can no longer be trusted as our certificate provider so we switched entirely to Digicert.
I used the online msi configurator to make my packages and now I get the same error. It specifically says the certificate was revoked by the issuer.
Please, check if this is a code signing certificate from DigiCert. If yes, then it should work. If it doesn't, this could be a problem on the local machine (e.g. date incorrect or something with root certificates).
I recreated my install package and it indeed uses a DigiCert certificate now instead of the Sectigo one and says it is valid. I will test it out but this makes sense and should solve the problem. Thanks!