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Apply Driver Package Task Sequence Action Variables

Updated: December 1, 2008

Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

The task sequence variables govern how the task sequence action operates. The task sequence action reads and uses the variables that you mark as input variables. Alternatively, you can use the Set Task Sequence Variable action or the TSEnvironment COM object to set the variables at runtime. Only the task sequence action marks variables as output variables, which are read by actions that occur later in the task sequence.

Apply Driver Package Task Sequence Action

 

Action Variable Name Description

OSDApplyDriverBootCriticalContentUniqueID

(input)

Specifies the content ID of the mass storage device driver in the driver package to install. If this is not specified, no mass storage driver is installed.

OSDApplyDriverBootCriticalINFFile

(input)

Specifies the INF file of the mass storage driver to be installed.

noteNote
This task sequence variable is required if the OSDApplyDriverBootCriticalContentUniqueID is set.

OSDApplyDriverBootCriticalHardwareComponent

(input)

Specifies whether a mass storage device driver is being installed, this must be “scsi”.

noteNote
This task sequence variable is required if the OSDApplyDriverBootCriticalContentUniqueID is set.

OSDApplyDriverBootCriticalID

(input)

Specifies the boot critical ID of the mass storage device driver to be installed. This is listed in the "scsi" section of the device driver’s txtsetup.oem file.

noteNote
This task sequence variable is required if the OSDApplyDriverBootCriticalContentUniqueID is set.

OSDAllowUnsignedDriver

(input)

Specifies whether Windows should be configured to allow unsigned device drivers to be installed. This task sequence variable is not used when deploying the Windows Vista operating system.

Valid values:

"true"

"false" (default)

See Also

For additional information, see Configuration Manager 2007 Information and Support.
To contact the documentation team, email SMSdocs@microsoft.com.
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