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Add a printer group to "Install the printer driver" list

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Hi, I build custom images to roll out to a rental market.
What i am looking at doing is installing approx 20 printers onto each build but just having the software pre installed and not having all the printers listed.
i wonder could i create a new group in the "Manufacturer" box called "My Company Name" and have the printers listed here for ease of access? As per the screen shot attached
If so where would i make the changes to have these listed as our company name and not HP etc?
Many thanks
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I don't believe this is possible as those drivers listed in then screenshot are Windows Hardware Quality Lab approved and tested drivers only.
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That's a shame if it can not be done
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