userprof.inf Driver File Contents (RKTools.exe)

;  This setup script contains statements for configuring user-level security,
;  and enabling user profiles, remote administration, and group policies
;  You can choose statements and enter appropriate  values for either protected mode client
;  (Client for Microsoft Networks or Client for NetWare Networks).
;  You must also make sure that the related support files
;  (REGSERV.EXE, WINREG.DLL, GROUPPOL.INF, GROUPPOL.DLL) have been 
;  copied from the Windows 95 compact disc to the server that contains 
;  the Windows 95 Source files.

;  If you use INF Installer to set up the source files for group policies
;  with the Windows 95 source files on the network, you can 
;  install group policies by just adding Services=grouppol in the [Network] section.

[SETUP]
;  0 = stop for user input, 1 = do not stop for user input 
Express=1

[NETWORK]
;  0 = do not prompt for network components (use detection)
;  1 = prompt for network components
Display=0

;  For entries that install and configure VREDIR and VSERVER, see MSNET.INF.
;  For entries that install and configure NWREDIR and NWSERVER, see NWNET.INF.
;Clients=VREDIR,NWREDIR

;  Install the Microsoft Remote Registry agent.
Services=remotereg       

;  Enable user-level security and specify the source for user accounts.
;  Remove ";" beside the correct security source for your network.
;security=domain                  ; for Microsoft networks			
;security=nwsserver               ; for NetWare networks

;  Set the name of the security provider for file sharing.
:  Remove ";" and type the correct server or domain containing user accounts.
;PassThroughAgent="server_or_domain"

;  The following entries enable user profiles, 
;  remote administration of the Registry, and group policies.

[VERSION]
LayoutFile=layout.inf
signature="$CHICAGO$"
SetupClass=BASE

[INSTALL]
Addreg=User.Profiles.Reg, Group.Policies.Reg, Remote.Admin
Copyfiles=Group.Policies.Copy

[USER.PROFILES.REG]
HKLM,Network\Logon,UserProfiles,1,1
                                                                           
;  In the following example, %Server_Username% must be defined in a [Strings] section.
;  The Registry location is defined by the value HKLM,"Security\Access\Admin\Remote".
[REMOTE.ADMIN]
HKLM,"Security\Access\Admin\Remote",%Server_Username%,1,ff,00

[GROUP.POLICIES.REG]
HKLM,Network\Logon,PolicyHandler,,"GROUPPOL.DLL,ProcessPolicies"
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSNP32\NetworkProvider,GroupFcn,,"GROUPPOL.DLL,NTGetUserGroups"
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NWNP32\NetworkProvider,GroupFcn,,"GROUPPOL.DLL,NWGetUserGroups"

[GROUP.POLICIES.COPY]
grouppol.dll

[DESTINATIONDIRS]
Group.Policies.Copy=11    ; LDID_SYS

;  Notice that under the [Strings] section, the percentage sign is NOT used.
;  Remove ";" and type the name for the server or domain containing group polcies.
;[STRINGS]
;Server_Username = "Server\Name"

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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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