When creating SCCM task sequences to deploy desktops, seperate tasks are often used to apply different device drivers based on the hardware the desktop is being deployed to.

 

For this to work we first need to find the model of the computer we want to apply the drivers to.

Then we require a WMI query based on that computer model, which is applied as a condition to the apply drivers task.

 

1. On the computer you want to apply the drivers to, use WMIC to find the computer model.

This may be displayed as an actual known name, or it may be displayed as a specific hardware build model

 

 wmic csproduct get name 

 

 

 

You can also run the following command to retrieve all the computer product information:

 

wmic csproduct get

 

 

 

2. Use a WMI query to apply a condition to your apply drivers task in your task sequence.

Use the below WMI query, amending with your computer model found using the above WMIC command, to apply the drivers based on that specific computer model in your desktop build task sequence.

 

SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystem WHERE Model LIKE “%255522G%”

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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