152 votesstarted · AdminMark Silvey - ConfigMgr Product Team (Admin, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
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Saw a working demo of this recently so updating to planned.
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778 votesMichael Klinteberg commented
We are doing this.
1) In Drivers management; Create a Category for each driver and model. Example "Windows 10 x64 Precision 5510"
2) In task sequence before Auto Apply Drivers. Add a script that set the variable OSDAutoApplyDriverCategoryList == DriverCategoryUnigueID. Example below is just a part of the script to show the important bits.
sQuery = "select CategoryInstance_UniqueID from sms_categoryinstance where LocalizedCategoryInstanceName = '" & sOSDDriverOS & " " & sModel & "'"
' Process the query
Set oDriverGUIDs = oSMS.ExecQuery(sQuery)
For each oGUID in oDriverGUIDs
oTSEnv("OSDAutoApplyDriverCategoryList") = oGUID.CategoryInstance_UniqueID
Kudos goes to some deployment MVP on twitter (Sorry don't know how it was).
34 votesMichael Klinteberg commented
I use ConfigMgr LogFile Opener 1.1.0 from msitproblog.com.
Works quite decent when opening multiply files. Have some issues if the computer is over a slow wan. I guess the timing isn't quite right.