Currently the most widely used version of InputMapper considered feature complete, however is being phased out in favor of InputMapper 1.7 which is more modern and stable and has less issues with Windows 10 and exclusive mode.
A possible solution that I am spit-balling that may be able to make use of Benjamin's HidGuardian in a more stable manner and may even be backwards compatible with IM 1.6.
I neglect to mention however that HidGuardian is STILL, and has a good chance of remaining, only compatible with USB and the official Sony Wireless Dongle (http://amzn.to/2nZ5akN). Seriously if you haven't switched over to one of these things yet you really should.
Recommend Windows 10 users DISABLE automatic update:
Getting a lot of reports that Microsoft Creators update has broken Inputmapper 1.6 from functioning at all. I have not tested yet as Microsoft has not publically pushed it as an update yet but I would avoid it until we figure out what is going on. For those who have already updated early I have been told that InputMapper1.7 works so long as you DO NOT INSTALL HidGuardian (Do a custom install and un-check it). More to come once the update is pushed publically and I have had a chance to test.
How to disable automatic updates: http://www.windowscentral.com/how-stop-updates-installing-automatically-windows-10
Late video, but here we go over from start to finish how to use the HID Report Listener tool to decode a device and send me the data needed to add the device to InputMapper.
Download the utility here: https://inputmapper.com/downloads/download/5-tools/75-hid-report-listener