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Force compatibility mode in command line/SCCM 2007

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I can install XP audio drivers to Windows 7 by setting the setup.exe file in compatibility mode for XP SP3. How can I do this on SCCM 2007 or in the command line for deployment.

The driver is packaged using installshield. -s mode is supported and tested to work in 7 but only if the compatibility mode has been set.

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You need to use the App Compat toolkit to create a custom .sdb database for the file if you're not going to use the GUI to install it - there's no command line parameter to enable compat mode.

See this.
MCTS Windows Internals, MCITP Server 2008 EA, MCTS MDT/BDD, MCSE/MCSA Server 2003, Server 2012, Windows 8
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