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/set-DriverPackage

Updated: April 17, 2012

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Renames and/or enables or disables a driver package on a server.

WDSUTIL /Set-DriverPackage [/Server:<Server name>] {/DriverPackage:<Name> | /PackageId:<ID>} [/Name:<New Name>] [/Enabled:{Yes | No}

 

Parameter Description

[/Server:<Server name>]

Specifies the name of the server. This can be the NetBIOS name or the FQDN. If a server name is not specified, the local server is used.

[/DriverPackage:<Name>]

Specifies the current name of the driver package to modify.

[/PackageId:<ID>]

Specifies the Windows Deployment Services ID of the driver package. You must specify this option if the driver package cannot be uniquely identified by name. To find this ID for a package, click the driver group that the package is in (or the All Packages node), right-click the package, and then click Properties. The Package ID is listed on the General tab. For example: {DD098D20-1850-4FC8-8E35-EA24A1BEFF5E}.

[/Name:<New Name>]

Specifies the new name for the driver package.

[/Enabled:{Yes | No}

Enables or disables the package.

To change settings about a package, type one of the following:

WDSUTIL /Set-DriverPackage /PackageId:{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} /Name:MyDriverPackage
WDSUTIL /Set-DriverPackage /DriverPackage:MyDriverPackage /Name:NewName /Enabled:Yes

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