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Installing plug and play WDM device driver

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Do you know how to install a plug and play WDM device driver
automatically without intervention from the user. If so, I would
appreciate some help.

The only way I know of to install WDM device drivers is when Windows
comes up and says found new hardware. Is to point the Hardware Wizard
to the appropriate .inf file.

If you know how to do this using an InstallShield install process, or know of any
documentation that might help. Please can you let me know.

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