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    Drivers prompting to run at logon - holding up task sequence

    Hi all. I've got my deployments running nicely now, except for on some machines where certain drivers stop the process in it's tracks. The error is shown in this screenshot. If you remove the tick and press ok, it goes away and the deployment continues without problems. I'm assuming this is to do with the drivers being unsigned or something silimar.

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    I can't do much about the available drivers, so my question is can I do something in my disk image to stop these prompts completely.

    Thanks.

    Edit: I'm using MDT 2010. I ticked the option for the MDT prefix but it didn't show for some reason.

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    I'm a bit confused, is the screenshot of a machine that has just been mdt'd ? If so I dont really understand why the OS is loading and THEN injecting drivers, it injects the drivers way way before you would get to logon...

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    Im guessing you are installing the drivers as applications upon reboot?

    Are the realtek HD drivers not part of W7 now anyway?

    James

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    if you are installing drivers as applications.....why????

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    Hmm, no, all the drivers are in the driver database. This screen pops up after the system reboots for the first time.

    Having investigated further I think the problem is that the driver installs a startup item (unnecessary extra volume control in the taskbar).

    I guess that is what I need to disable. Perhaps I'll try and remove that driver completely and see if Windows Updates provides a less intrusive driver.



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