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17 May 17 03:41
Chan Wai Jye
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raw driver format vs msi format

I have a driver project which output msi file format. How do I configure it to output raw driver format that SCCM? Project includes driver files and setup app with customised installation sequence.
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17 May 17 14:27
Tim Roberts
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raw driver format vs msi format

xxxxx@yahoo.com wrote: > I have a driver project which output msi file format. How do I configure it to output raw driver format that SCCM? Project includes driver files and setup app with customised installation sequence. "Raw driver format"? And what does SCCM have to do with it? Your solution probably has several subprojects. One of the projects builds the driver. one of the projects builds the driver package, and one of the projects creates an installer. You just need to find the driver package before it gets wrapped into the installer. That directory will contains a CAT file, an INF file, and probably a SYS file. -- Tim Roberts, xxxxx@probo.com Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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