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EdGonz-2830 asked SherryKissinger-ECM commented

Deploy CAB Files Using SCCM

Hello everyone,

Is there a way to deploy CAB files using SCCM? I've found some old articles, but wanted to see if the process has changed. Some of those articles I found include running DISM, but I wanted to see if SCCM supports something out of the box.

Thanks!

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What the purpose of the deployment? Would you mind sharing more information to help us research further? What is the .cab files you want to deploy by MECM?

Best regards,
Rita

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OS drivers packaged in a CAB file. DELL packages OS drivers in a CAB file, so I need to deploy them to update drivers to my fleet of devices.

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I've found some old articles, but wanted to see if the process has changed

Not sure what process are you referring here. What is your context of deploying the cab files.
If you can deploy the cab files manually , why cont ConfigMgr does it? it is all about creating the instructions how to deploy the cab files using package it/script it etc.


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Eswar
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EdGonz-2830 answered SherryKissinger-ECM commented

The information I found was to use DISM to install CAB files. So, I'd have to write a script that executes DISM and then let SCCM install it - I was wondering if there was a better way. These CAB files have OS drivers for my DELL devices; I want to be able to update drivers for DELL devices already in production.

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Note I don't pretend to understand it... but I've seen this before; whether or not it applies in your situation, I wouldn't know? but if you haven't seen this before, maybe it'll be helpful? https://garytown.com/waas-download-drivers-from-vendor-internet

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