Unknown Devices when installing Hyper-V on Windows 10

The following unknown device IDs will pop-up when you run the script or when you open Device Manager:


If you want to find all Unknown Devices, open PowerShell as an Administrator and run:

Get-WmiObject Win32_PNPEntity | Where-Object{$_.ConfigManagerErrorCode -ne 0} | Select DeviceID

On my work notebook, all drivers were correctly populated so it had to be something with my test laptop. It’s a fresh Windows 10 machine deployed by a Task Sequence – enabled with Device Guard and Credential Guard.

During the installation I’ve installed the Microsoft-Hyper-V-Hypervisor feature on Windows 10. You also need to install the Microsoft-Hyper-V-Services if you want to have those drivers installed as well.

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