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    i would normallym just havent looked at installing drivers that way but will do, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkeymusic View Post
    Is there a way of installing the drivers using WGM to the clients?
    Doesn't appear so. I ended up finding as many drivers as I could and installing them onto my 'imaging' machine before sending out the netinstall image. It's a bit clunky as you'll obviously end up with drivers you don't need in the images, but it's the simplest thing to do without buying Apple Remote Desktop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomdawson View Post
    Doesn't appear so. I ended up finding as many drivers as I could and installing them onto my 'imaging' machine before sending out the netinstall image. It's a bit clunky as you'll obviously end up with drivers you don't need in the images, but it's the simplest thing to do without buying Apple Remote Desktop!
    sorry i meant is it possible to install drivers by using Apple Remote Desktop?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkeymusic View Post
    sorry i meant is it possible to install drivers by using Apple Remote Desktop?

    thanks
    If your drivers are installed via a "package" then yes. Just use the install package option.

    Last edited by Carter; 8th November 2010 at 01:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter View Post
    If your drivers are installed via a "package" then yes. Just use the install package option.

    I have the drivers downloaded as dmg files but when i try to using ARD to install package, then are greyed out and unselectable.

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