The current Driver Verifier settings can be displayed by using Driver Verifier Manager. There are two versions of Driver Verifier Manager -- one for Windows 2000 and one for Windows XP and later. In Windows XP and later, these settings can also be displayed by using the Verifier Command Line.
The following methods will display the settings that will take effect after the next boot. These will include a list of the Driver Verifier options that have been selected as well as a list of the drivers to be verified.
Verifier Command Line
(Windows XP and later) To display the Driver Verifier settings, use the verifier /querysettings command.
Driver Verifier Manager (Windows 2000)
To display the Driver Verifier settings, select the Settings tab.
Press Exit to stop viewing these settings.
Driver Verifier Manager (Windows XP and later)
To display the Driver Verifier settings, start Driver Verifier Manager and select the Display Existing Settings task. Then press Next.
Press Finish to stop viewing these settings.
Viewing the Currently-Active Features
If you wish to view the Driver Verifier features that are currently active, rather than the settings that will take effect after the next boot, see Using Volatile Settings.