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this is where one of my favorite capabilities gets involved. that ‘commercial’ driver probably also supports a capability named enableDsUiOnly. the interesting thing here is that if you call EnableDsUiOnly then the vendor Ui will come up – just like with the standard EnableDs call. But when you ‘ok’ the ui you can call CustomDsData.Get and you’ll recieve the (almost) all of the settings in that will later look a lot like an ini file format. From there you can play around with thier Ui and see what values the Ui is using.
if this didn’t make sense post back and I’ll try to explain it better.