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Injecting drivers into an image DISM vs INF folder
I've been doing lots of image creating for our company, and I have been using the DISM tool to inject drivers with /Add-driver switch. I know that you can also put drivers into the %windir%\inf folder and windows will look there for drivers first. I was wondering if the INF folder option has any drawbacks...
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