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06/14/2012 3940 views

The Driver Harvesting Utility is alwasy collecting these drivers from the client machine : 

Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Chipset

Intel(R) Management Engine Interface

Intel(R) Active Management Technology SOL (COM3)

Please list any other drivers are collected by DHU. 

 

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Probably to exhaustive for anyone to list every potential driver that would be harvested. My experience with similar tools has been that it grabs either everything or anything identified as a non-OS driver, although it may stop short of drivers loaded by some applications (ex: DameWare Mini Remote Control or LogMeIn's mirror driver).  Should be straightforward enough to test and see what it comes up with, but here's some info from KACE's site:

http://www.kace.com/products/systems-deployment-appliance/features/windows-driver-management.aspx

For hardware that’s not in the driver feed, the driver harvesting tool allows you to take a full driver inventory from a working computer and selectively upload drivers to your K2000. The drivers are available and visible on the K2000’s driver share, organized by operating system and computer.

John

Answered 06/15/2012 by: jverbosk
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  • "For hardware that’s not in the driver feed, the driver harvesting tool allows you to take a full driver inventory from a working computer and selectively upload drivers to your K2000. The drivers are available and visible on the K2000’s driver share, organized by operating system and computer."

    On what planet????