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    Question about adding drivers to RIS images.

    Just to refresh my memory about RIS and additional drivers. I have installed a base image on the RIS server and need to create an image to for a couple of computers. I need to add the NIC drivers to the image of the computers in question. I have cheated before and just dropped the driver’s files into the i386 folder and it all seems to work but I would rather do it correctly this time on this primary school new RIS server.

    I know all about the $OEM$\$1 set up but have a few questions just to clear things up. Do I need to add the path to the base image? IF id do is it then necessary to add the OEM path to my new image answer file?

    Also if I have to add more than one NIC driver should I just dump them all in the NIC folder or should I add a extra path ie; $OEM$\$1\drivers\nic\HPPC?

    Please advise and refresh my memory.

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    Re: Question about adding drivers to RIS images.

    Kyle take a look at AutoImage over at doitrightconsulting.net thats what I use and I have no driver issues with RIS now.

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