I have the following question.
Below is a part of our RIS setup script to install the drivers for the HP
NC63.20. We enter the following script to install the drivers in Windows XP

After the installation is finished I logon to the desktop as a user who is
not a member of the local admin group. When I want to configure Bluetooth, 4
devices start to install asking for the administrator uid and password.

Is there a way to script the Bluetoothwizard in a unattended setup so that
the devices are correctly installed?

We already tried devcon install, devcon update, driver genius and
rundll32.exe setupapi.dll,InstallHinfSection. I also tried to package de
wizard in a MSI with Wise. (snapshot capture)


Set oShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

oShell.RegDelete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RUN\PTHOSTTR"
' Installation Chipset drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\drivers\Chipset\nc6320\setup.exe -S", 0, True)
' Installation Audio UUA bus Drivers
Call oShell.run("I:\Drivers\Sound\nc6320UUAbus\Setup.exe -s", 0, True)
' Installation Audio Drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\Drivers\Sound\nc6320\Setup.exe -s", 0, True)
' Installation WIFI Drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\Drivers\Net\NC6320\Sinstall.exe -s", 0, True)
' Installation Agere HDA modem Drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\Drivers\Modem\NC6320\setup.exe -s", 0, True)
' Installation HP Quick Launch Drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\Drivers\Other\NC6320_HPQ\setup.exe -s", 0, True)
' Installation AuthenTec Fingerprint Driver Drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\Drivers\Other\NC6320_FPrint\ATMinInst.exe /S /v/qn", 0,
' Installation HP integrated BT WTS Driver Drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\Drivers\Other\NC6320BlueT\BTW.msi /qb", 0, True)
' Installation Texas Instruments Media Card driver Driver Drivers
Call oShell.run("i:\Drivers\Other\NC6320MediaCard\setup.exe /S /v/qn", 0,
' Installation HP ProtectTools + Remove RUN key
Call oShell.run("i:\Tools\HPProtecttools\SM\setup.exe -s", 0, True)
Call oShell.run("i:\Tools\HPProtecttools\ES\setup.exe -w -s -v -qn REBOOT=R
TPMMAKE=1", 0, True)
' MsgBox "klaar"
' Remove RUN for HP ProtectTools
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Did you find any solution to this problem?
Answered 03/19/2007 by: smedberg
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On http://www.vinsvision.com I found an msi package with quite a few bluetooth drivers. We're using Fujitsu portables and it was published in AD to a user who is not a member of the local admins group. Have to do some further testing, but a bluetooth connection to my Windows Mobile phone worked without problems.
Don't know about your HP NC63.20 though, maybe you could give it a try...
Answered 06/22/2007 by: andreb
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