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MDT's Client Wizard : Driver Properties

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You learned that you can just right-click the Out-of-Box Drivers node (or a folder you created within that node) and choose Import Drivers. You supply the folder and path to the drivers you want imported and that's it. Looking at the properties of a driver after they have been imported into the Deployment Workbench reveals two tabs: General and Details.

The General tab shows the driver name, comments, and platforms supported (x86 or x64). At the bottom of the page is the Enable This Driver option. By default, after you add a driver it is enabled, but if you choose to disable a driver, you must remove the check mark from the Enable This Driver box. On the General tab (see Figure 1), you can input comments to help you remember why you are installing the driver or anything else you would like to comment on.

Figure 1. The General tab, driver properties

The Details tab, shown in Figure 2, displays the manufacturer, version, driver date (of creation), driver type (class), INF path (path to the information file supplied by the vendor), supported OS versions (if they are listed in the INF file for the driver), a hash to determine whether a driver has been tampered with, and the list of supported PNP IDs. The driver shown in Figure 2 has only two supported PNP IDs, but drivers can have more. Beginning at the top of the list of PNP IDs will be the most specific ID for that device; then they become more generic as you get to the bottom of the list. For example, the PNP ID of PCI\ VEN_8086&DEV_2A07F&CC_0700 will tell you this is an Intel driver (VEN_8086 is Intel).

The option at the bottom of the Details tab, This Driver Is WHQL Signed, is very important because it indicates whether the driver has a Windows Hardware Quality Lab signature.

Figure 2. The Details tab, driver properties
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