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How do I load drivers into an SCCM OS Task Sequence

Current Task Sequence does not load NIC drivers for new model computers. I need to include the new NIC drivers into the OS during the OS install.

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Posted by: CMJohnson 9 years ago
White Belt
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Have you created a driver package in your task sequence for the model you want those driver to apply to? You could always create a driver package, add a driver package step to your task sequence, and add a WMI condition so it only applies to certain specific model.
Posted by: adam_emmaus 9 years ago
Orange Belt
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If your still having issues you could look at

http://scug.be/blogs/sccm/archive/2009/02/27/sccm-2007-best-practice-importing-drivers-part-1-creating-a-driver-package.aspx
Posted by: RaginX 9 years ago
Orange Belt
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Hi Therewolf72,

is the driver imported correctly? there is a hotfix for a driver import issue with signed drivers. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/978754/en-us


best regards,
raginx

Comments:
Posted by: Zinder10 9 years ago
White Belt
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Take a look at this I use this most of the times when I run into issues with drivers and OS deployments. Hope it helps..http://blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2008/02/15/driver-management-part-1-configuration-manager.aspx
Posted by: Trinity 9 years ago
Brown Belt
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Update your Deployment Share after you import new drivers. The WinPE.WIM file needs to be rebuilt to include the new drivers.
 
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