How to make hotkey drivers download as automated in task sequence by using powershell or batch script?
This is not about drivers or BIOS update. This is only about the hotkey drivers for DELL and HP. Please let me know that how to make hotkey drivers download as automated in task sequence by using powershell or batch script?
It is much appreciated if you can provide the script for the same. Thank you!
Answers ( 5 )
You can download from Vendor Sites depends on your model in form of Exe or MSI, you can create package with condition “WMI Query” and add to SCCM Task Sequence. We are also using the same for different models (Lenovo, Dell, HP)
Like this – https://snipboard.io/oP5FrE.jpg
Update if you have any challenges!!
For Example : You can download the HP HotKey drivers from this link –
under ‘Driver-Keyboard, Mouse and Input Devices’
Thank you Both Jitesh and Anoop for your best effort to keep me updated. Please close this post. Let me try and get back to you if i need any help 🙂
I have seen issues with hotkeys. This was because of driver issues (yes again). When we installed the updated driver the issue goes solved for Lenovo.
I don’t know whether this is something you thought about etc…
Thank you Anoop for the response. Do you meant that you had updated Lenovo hotkey drivers?.. If yes, could you please let me know the Link for Dell and HP hotkey drivers download… So that i can add the same package during OSD task sequence.