Windows 10: How to Inject Drivers to Windows 10 Image

  1.    1 Week Ago #1

    How to Inject Drivers to Windows 10 Image


    Hi All,

    I need help to inject multiple drivers model to single windows 10 image i just created an answer file to automate windows 10 without any user interaction and it works like a champ, but now i intend to install this image to multiple workstations and laptops is there a way to add driver post install, i did that using sccm and mdt but what about using answer file or run application at end of setup to choose the driver model and hit install

    

    Thanks in advance
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       1 Week Ago #2
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  3.    1 Week Ago #3

    Thanks Kari, But i know how to configure that using configuration manager, i want to make it using answer file or third party software such windows post install (WPI) by the way i created the image using your series to create windows 10 unattended
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