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Use the following procedure to create a new driver package. Device drivers must to be added to a driver package and distributed to distribution points before Configuration Manager 2012 clients can install them
To create a device driver package you must have a network folder that is not used by another device driver package. In most cases you must create a new folder before you perform this procedure.
When using task sequences to install drivers, limit the number of drivers in your driver packages.
· For installing drivers to Windows XP computers, create driver packages that contain less than 150 device drivers.
· For Windows Vista and later, create driver packages that contain less than 500 device drivers.
To create a driver package
1. In the Configuration Manager console, click Software Library.
2. In the Software Library workspace, expand Overview and then click Operating Systems.
3. To start the New Driver Package Wizard, right-click the Driver Packages node, and then click Create Driver Package.
4. In the Name box, specify a descriptive name for the driver package.
5. In the Description box, enter an optional description for the driver package that provides information about the contents or the purpose of the driver package.
6. In the Driver Package Source box, specify an empty source folder for the driver package. Enter the path to the source folder in Universal Naming Convention (UNC) format. Alternatively, click Browse to open the Select Folder dialog box, and then browse to the folder that you want to use for this driver package. Each driver package must use a unique folder.
The Configuration Manager 2012 System account must have Read and Write permissions to the specified driver package source folder.
The new driver package does not contain any drivers. The next step is to add drivers to the package.
If the Driver Packages node contains several packages, you can add folders to the node to separate the packages into logical groups.
To view the associated general, data source, distribution point, data access, and security information for the driver package, click Properties.
Use the following procedures to add device drivers to device driver packages or to remove device drivers from device driver packages. To add or remove device drivers you must locate the drivers in the Drivers node and then edit which packages the driver is associated with.
To add device drivers to device driver packages
3. In the Drivers node, right-click the device drivers that you want to add to the package.
4. Click Edit, and then click Driver Packages to open the Add or Remove Drivers to Packages dialog box.
5. Select the check box of the driver packages that you want to add the device drivers to. You can create a new package by clicking New Package to open the New Driver Package Wizard.
6. To close the Add or Remove Drivers to Packages dialog box, click OK.
To remove device drivers from a device driver package
3. In the Drivers node, right-click the device drivers that you want to remove.
4. Click Edit, and the click Driver Packages to open the Add or Remove Drivers to Packages dialog box.
5. Clear the check box associated with the driver packages that you want to remove the device drivers from.
Use the following procedure to delete a device driver. Device drivers must be deleted one device driver at a time.
To delete a device driver
3. Select the device driver in the Drivers node and click Delete.
4. In the Delete Driver dialog box confirm the device driver to delete. Click Show References to display the device driver packages and boot images that are associated with the selected device driver.
5. Click OK to delete the device driver and close the Delete Driver dialog box.
Use the following procedures to disable and enable device drivers. By default device drivers are enabled when they are imported into the driver catalog. You can temporarily disable device drivers so that Configuration Manager 2012 client computers and task sequences cannot install them when deploying operating systems.
To disable device drivers
3. In the Drivers node, select the device drivers that you want to disable, and then click Disable.
4. In the Update Driver Status dialog box, confirm which device drivers will be disabled, and then click Yes.
To enable device drivers
3. In the Drivers node, select the device driver that you want to enable, and then click Enable.
4. In the Update Driver Status dialog box, confirm which device drivers will be enabled, and then click Yes.
You can add new device drivers to an existing operating system image using the task sequence editor. You can specify which device driver to install, you can allow Configuration Manager 2012 to search the driver categories to determine which driver to install, or you can specify a specific device driver or device driver package.
Use the procedure below to add device drivers to an existing operating system image using one of the following Driver task sequence steps:
· Auto Apply Drivers
· Apply Driver Package
To add a device driver to an operating system image using task sequences
3. In the Task Sequences node, select the task sequence and then click Edit.
4. Select the task sequence group that you want to add the driver task sequence step to, or click Add and then select Drivers.
5. To allow Configuration Manager 2012 to search for the appropriate device drivers, add the Auto Apply Drivers task sequence step. Configuration Manager 2012 will search the available driver categories for the appropriate device drivers. To allow Configuration Manager 2012 to add a driver package, add the Apply Driver Package task sequence step. This option will allow Configuration Manager 2012 to install only device drivers from a specific category.
6. Specify the appropriate information on the Properties and Options tabs.
7. Click OK to save the task sequence.