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Use the following procedure to import Windows device drivers into the driver catalog. Configuration Manager 2012 reads the provider, class, version, signature, supported hardware, and supported platform information associated with the device as part of the import process. By default, the driver is named after the first hardware device it supports, however the device driver can be renamed later. The supported platforms list is determined based on the information in the INF file of the driver. However, the accuracy of this can vary so manually verify if the device driver is supported after it has been imported.

Possible errors during the import process can be reviewed in the DriverCatalog.log log file located in your <InstallationPath>\LOGS folder.

In addition, when importing device drivers you have the option to add the device drivers to device driver packages or to boot image packages.

 

To import a Windows device driver

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 Import New Driver Wizard, right-click the Drivers node, and then click Import Driver.

4.       On the Locate Driver page, specify the following information and then click Next:

·         Specify whether you want to import all of the device drivers contained in a specific folder or if you want to select a specific device driver from a folder. The SMS Provider must have read permission to folder or the import will fail.

·         To import all of the device drivers from a folder, select Import all drivers in the following network path (UNC) and specify the network path to the device driver folder. For example: \\servername\folder.

·         To import a specific driver from a folder, select Import a specific driver and specify the source file folder in UNC format and the Windows device driver .INF or mass storage txtsetup.oem file to be imported.

·         Select how you want Configuration Manager 2012 to handle duplicate device drives.

5.       On the Driver Details page, specify the following information and then click Next:

·         Select the drivers that you want to import.

·         To allow computers to use the device drivers, select the Enable these drivers and allow computers to install them check box. This check box is selected by default.

 

 Important:

If a device driver is causing a problem or you want to suspend the installation of a device driver, you can disable the device driver by clearing the Enable these drivers and allow computers to install them check box.

 

·         To assign the device drivers to a category for filtering purposes, such as "Beta" or "Production" categories, click the Categories button and select an existing category or make a new category. The category assignment is also used to configure the device drivers that will be considered by the Auto Apply Driver task sequence step.

 

6.       To add the device driver to a device driver package, on the Add Driver to Packages page, specify the following information and then click Next:

 

 Important:

Assigning a device to a device package is helpful when using task sequences to automate how you deploy an operating system. Device driver packages can be installed as part of a task sequence using the Auto Apply Driver and Apply Driver Package task sequence steps.

 

 

·         Select the device driver packages that are used to distribute the device driver.

·         Optionally, click New Package to create a new device driver package. To create a new device driver package, you must provide a network share that is not being used by other device driver packages.

·         To update distribution points when the device drivers are imported, select the Update distribution points when finished check box.

 

7.       To add the device driver to a boot image, on the Add Driver to Boot Images page, specify the following information and then click Next:

 


 Note:

Add only mass storage and network device drivers to the boot images for operating system deployment scenarios.

 

·         Specify the boot images that can install the imported device drivers.

·         To update distribution points when the device drivers are imported, select the Update distribution points when finished check box.

 

8.       On the Summary page, review what drivers will be imported, and then click Next.

9.       On the Confirmation page, verify that the wizard was successful, and then click OK to exit the wizard.

 

 

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