My Users are not power users neither admin locals and i need to install the driver with active sync.

I think that the program DPisnt is the solution but in order to use it i need to know what are the driver files.
i dont know how to identify them.
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Drivers can be identified by finding the .inf file and looking inside. The registry keys and driver names will be in that file.

Most inf files reside with their associated dll's in the install so they wont be hard to find. You may also come across a .cat file which you will need.
Answered 04/01/2005 by: MSIMaker
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OK, thanks for this tips, but in fact i identified another problem.
I only can repackage drivers with the windows logo certification, and the one i have have not.
Are there drivers fully certified? or not?
If they exist, where can i find them?
Answered 04/04/2005 by: Neo64fr
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