You use the driver library to manage hardware-specific drivers in a separate repository, organized by hardware families.

You add drivers with an import wizard and view them in the driver library’s console.

You can configure the system to add the necessary driver library to the relevant endpoints based on matching profiles between the library and the endpoint configuration.

The driver handling is unconnected to layers. Not having to include drivers in the layer results in smaller and more generic layers.

Mirage does not install the drivers. Mirage delivers the driver to the endpoint and Windows determines whether to install the driver.

You can perform various actions on driver libraries.

Table 1. Mirage Driver Library




Add a driver to a driver library.


Delete a driver from a driver library.


Import a driver library. You can retain the original driver folder hierarchy of the driver library that you import to the Mirage driver library.