It does exactly the same. If you really wanted you could use powershell add-windowsdriver if you wanted to be (mildy) up to date.
Originally Posted by OldMike65
The powershell commands only dism anyway though so no point unless you prefer the syntax.
Here you go then - what is the difference:
Dism /Add-Driver /Driver:D:\Lenovo_Drivers /Recurse
Only difference is - or /. The same thing is done anyway.
Add-WindowsDriver -Driver D:\Lenovo_Drivers -Recurse
To be honest with you. I use pnputil.exe or powershell. I find the dism syntax confusing. Backwards and forwards with the slash thing. Then you have a colon. Or a semi. Seems a bit dodgy to me.
All of them do the same thing though so it makes (as they say) no odds either way.