Similar results to running the following powershell script:
Get-WmiObject Win32_PnPSignedDriver| select DeviceName, Manufacturer, DriverVersion
Okay, thanks. That at least clears things up a bit so I can find another way of looking up the driver versions. All I really need for now is the version of a specific driver, anyway.
This "Idea" is a "Great" idea but has not yet been implemented.
However, it is possible with ZCM to achieve your specific goals. It would require steps about telling ZCM to collect specific info about a specific driver for which you are concerned.
Exactly how that can be done is better covered in the general support area. While it could address your concerns about a specific driver....By no means would it address collecting all driver info.
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I hate to necro something over a year old, but this is almost exactly what I am looking for. We have an audio driver we are rolling out via ZW and while the rollout seems mostly fine so far, I can't find anything about audio drivers anywhere in the existing device inventories. A bit frustrating when we are trying to see if there are any devices not yet updated for whatever reason.
I don't suppose I've simply missed some ZW function that does this elsewhere?