Install print driver (not actual printer object)

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  • Andrew Gresbach

    awesome thanks! so those commands worked perfect when run locally but having a PDQ error saying Invalid INF passed as parameter.  the original drivers are on a network share so i'm not sure if its a credential issue maybe?

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  • Colby Bouma

    That's a likely culprit. Make sure your Deployment User has access to that share. Also, make sure you're not running as Local System.

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  • Andrew Gresbach

    well i got a little further using the copy command to copy the driver down to c:\windows\temp first but now get the error in the pnputil step saying the hash for the file is not prsent in the specified catalog . if i run that locally it seems to work fine though

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  • Andrew Gresbach

    looks like its a popup for publisher verification actually. can that be bypassed silently?

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  • Colby Bouma

    Please post a screenshot of that popup. We are unable to reproduce that issue here.

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  • Andrew Gresbach

    alright i got past it by finding a variation on the driver that WAS digitally signed. i couldnt find any working method to get windows to ignore that pop up so that was causing the issue.  thanks for the help!

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