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Slipstreaming Vmware LSI Drivers into Sysprep for Hardware Independent

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I have been recently tasked with updating the images, a pretty simple task although I havent done in a LONG time. I was looking to slipstream the new AHCI Intel drivers and Vmware LSI drivers so the machines will be good to go if the View rollout happens.

The AHCI drivers are done as the base machine was built on AHCI and drivers added so sysprep should add those in fine. The problem is i am drawing a blank on how to add the Mass Storage Drivers for Vmware LSI. Is it as simple as adding it to the MassStorageDrivers section of the sysprep?

After googling I am seeing this utility Raid Slipstreamer and not full grasping on what its doing. Is it taking your mass storage drivers generated from sysprep and then adding them into the actual Windows Drivers?

Thanks alot for any info.

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I have been recently tasked with updating the images, a pretty simple task although I havent done in a LONG time. I was looking to slipstream the new AHCI Intel drivers and Vmware LSI drivers so the machines will be good to go if the View rollout happens.

The AHCI drivers are done as the base machine was built on AHCI and drivers added so sysprep should add those in fine. The problem is i am drawing a blank on how to add the Mass Storage Drivers for Vmware LSI. Is it as simple as adding it to the MassStorageDrivers section of the sysprep?

After googling I am seeing this utility Raid Slipstreamer and not full grasping on what its doing. Is it taking your mass storage drivers generated from sysprep and then adding them into the actual Windows Drivers?

Thanks alot for any info.

What about Offline Sysprep?

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showforum=43

(and/or just the two available injectors):

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=22523

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=22313

jaclaz

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Awesome, thank you very much. Definitely the best forum!

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