Permit to offer a brief observation: The sin, in my view
, is that Reflect should NEVER DELETE a source of data for it's operation. If the option Do Not Copy Driver has been set, then it should just not copy
the driver from an INF file, NOT delete
the INF file, and NEVER delete the Windows INF folder or any other folder containing an unwanted driver
unless said folder was created by Reflect and/or is under the control/purview of Reflect.
I can't tell precisely what the forthcoming fix will do when confronted with the same confusing instructions from a user. @JoeA
Could you confirm that the forthcoming fix complies with those thoughts so we all can breathe easier.
L.W. (Dan) Danz, Overland Park KS Reflect v8.1.7638+ on Windows 11 Home 23H2 22631.2715+
Reflect v8.1.7638+ on Windows 10 Pro 22H2 19045.3570+
Reflect v8.1.7638+ on Windows 10 Home 22H2 19045.3570+