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Hi, I am trying to import a .MSI driver (SQL Server ODBC Native driver v10) into the drivers folder for Microsoft Deployment Workbench, even though i have uncompressed the content of .MSI file, MDT still cant see any drivers which can be imported? any ideas...
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 1000 total points
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add it as an application instead.
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Hi,

David is right. Add any MSI you have as an application. Yes, it's got a driver inside this particular one but leave it alone. Don't unpack it. That's just going to get messy, quickly.

Mike
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