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Using the get-DriverPackage Command

Corey Plett|Last Updated: 11/16/2016

Applies To: Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012

Displays information about a driver package on the server.


wdsutil /Get-DriverPackage [/Server:<Server name>] {/DriverPackage:<Package Name> | /PackageId:<ID>} [/Show:{Drivers | Files | All}]


[/Server:]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.
[/DriverPackage:]Specifies the name of the driver package to show.
[/PackageId:]Specifies the Windows Deployment Services ID of the driver package to show. You must specify the ID if the driver package cannot be uniquely identified by name.
[/Show: {Drivers | Files | All}]Indicates what information to display (if specified). If /Show is not specified, the default is to return only the driver package metadata. Drivers displays all drivers in the package. Files displays the list of files in the package. All displays drivers, files, and metadata.


To view information about a driver package, type one of the following:

wdsutil /Get-DriverPackage /PackageId:{4D36E972-E325-11CE-Bfc1-08002BE10318}
wdsutil /Get-DriverPackage /DriverPackage:MyDriverPackage /Show:All

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