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    Best practices for handling driver in MDT

    I'm deploying some Lenovo m78 (10BS-S02P00) for some reason Lenovo is giving me a crap load of drivers that I don't need, even when you download the correct Sccm driver package for the 10BS-S02P00 it gives you a huge amount of drives I don't need.
    What is you best pratices to control the amount of drives in your MDT?

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    Having a stack of them is not too bad, it is only the ones that are needed that are copied at install time, They system/net and storage drivers are integrated into the boot.wim by default but this is not usually that bad.



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