I know they're difficult. That's why I found a copy of the ModelAliasExit script and thought I set it up per the instructions at that site. I do have the %make%\%model% style setup. It works fine on other brands. I named it what I thought it should
be named and it didn't work. I checked my BDD log and I see the script working as it talks about "Windows 7 x64\LENOVO\ThinkCentreM83". Great! Wait, no drivers are pulled. Huh? The log first points DRIVERGROUP001 to the friendly path, but later I
see it making reference to "Windows 7 x64\LENOVO\10ANS06K00". Upon looking at a working Dell machine, I see that the second part of the log is where it's actually pulling the drivers from. I rename the folder in MDT to the unfriendly version and
it goes off without a hitch.
So why does it work one time, but not the second?
Is there a way to make the BDD log a little easier on the eyes?
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