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/add-DriverGroupPackages

Updated: April 17, 2012

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Adds driver packages to a driver group.

For examples of how you can use this command, see Examples.

WDSUTIL /Add-DriverGroupPackages /DriverGroup:<Group Name> [/Server:<Server Name>] /FilterType:<Filter Type> /Operator:{Equal | NotEqual | GreaterOrEqual | LessOrEqual | Contains} /Value:<Value> [/Value:<Value>

 

Parameter Description

/DriverGroup:<Group Name>

Specifies the name of the driver group.

/Server:<Server name>

Specifies the name of the server. This can be the NetBIOS name or the FQDN. If no server name is specified, the local server is used.

/FilterType:<Filter Type>

Specifies the attribute of the driver package to search for. You can specify multiple attributes in a single command. You must also specify /Operator and /Value with this option.

<Filter Type> can be one of the following:

PackageId

PackageName

PackageEnabled

PackageDateAdded

PackageInfFilename

PackageClass

PackageProvider

PackageArchitecture

PackageLocale

PackageSigned

PackageDatePublished

PackageVersion

DriverDescription

DriverManufacturer

DriverHardwareId

DriverCompatibleId

DriverExcludeId

DriverGroupId

DriverGroupName

/Operator:{Equal | NotEqual | GreaterOrEqual | LessOrEqual | Contains}

Specifies the relationship between the attribute and the values. You can only specify Contains with string attributes. You can only specify Equal, NotEqual, GreaterOrEqual and LessOrEqual with date and version attributes.

/Value:<Value>

Specifies the client value corresponding to /FilterType. You can specify multiple values for a single /FilterType. The following list outlines the values that you can specify for each filter. For more information about these values, see Driver and Package Attributes (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=166895).

  • PackageId - Specify a valid GUID. For example: {4d36e972-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}.

  • PackageName – Specify any string value.

  • PackageEnabled - Specify Yes or No.

  • PackageDateAdded - Specify the date in the following format: YYYY/MM/DD

  • PackageInfFilename – Specify any string value.

  • PackageClass - Specify a valid class name or class GUID. For example: DiskDrive, Net, or {4d36e972-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}.

  • PackageProvider – Specify any string value.

  • PackageArchitecture - Specify x86, x64, or ia64.

  • PackageLocale - Specify a valid language identifier. For example: en-US or es-ES.

  • PackageSigned - Specify Yes or No.

  • PackageDatePublished - Specify the date in the following format: YYYY/MM/DD

  • PackageVersion - Specify the version in the following format: a.b.x.y. For example: 6.1.0.0

  • DriverDescription – Specify any string value.

  • DriverManufacturer – Specify any string value.

  • DriverHardwareId - Specify any string value.

  • DriverCompatibleId - Specify any string value.

  • DriverExcludeId - Specify any string value.

  • DriverGroupId - Specify a valid GUID. For example: {4d36e972-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}.

  • DriverGroupName – Specify any string value.

To add a driver package, type one of the following:

WDSUTIL /verbose /Add-DriverGroupPackages /DriverGroup:PrinterDrivers /FilterType:PackageClass /Operator:Equal /Value:Printer /FilterType:DriverManufacturer /Operator:NotEqual /Value:Name1 /Value:Name2
WDSUTIL /verbose /Add-DriverGroupPackages /DriverGroup:DisplayDriversX86 /FilterType:PackageClass /Operator:Equal /Value:Display /FilterType:PackageArchitecture /Operator:Equal /Value:x86 /FilterType:PackageDateAdded /Operator:LessOrEqual /Value:2008/01/01

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