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You can still install HAPI alone individually using the HAPI_X86_64.zipx file in the PowerShell Beta folder.
Steps are given in Readme.txt as well.
Please follow the steps below to install HAPI driver
- Unzip the HAPI_X86(*).zipx (32/64 bit Arch) file into your working folder.
- Open a Command Prompt with administrative rights and navigate to your working folder.
- Execute HAPIInstall.bat from the HAPI folder. This should install HAPI driver.
- Execute "Driverquery /v" on the same command prompt and verify if "dcdbas" is visible from the
- If dcdbas is visible, then Driver installation is successful.
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Also OMCI is fixing all the Monitor related issue in coming release.
You would need to install the HAPI driver and PowerShell Provider on the remote systems. Then either run a powershell script that leverages the provider, or invoke a remote powershell session to the remote system and execute the commands that way.
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Can You please go to the Properties of the .DLL file by right clicking on it.and check for the any messages saying to Unblock it.
Also please share the information about PS version on both the Systems.
Perform Security->Unblock for the downloaded zip file Dell_SMBIOS_Provider.zip to unblock all assemblies at once.
Please share the outcome with us.
this error says that there is no drive created when u import the module.
please do a "gdr" in PS prompt and check if there is a drive named DellSMbios.
Also please share us the System model, OMCI, PowerShell and OS versions which your using.
Execute "remove-module DellBIOSProvider" prior to imorting the module again with unblocked assemblies.
You can add -verbose switch for extra messages.