The Dell Command | Monitor software application enables IT administrators to easily manage fleet inventory, monitor system health, modify BIOS settings, and remotely collect information for deployed Dell client systems. Active system health state monitoring can help reduce the total cost of system ownership and is part of a holistic approach to managing all networked devices.
Dell Command | Monitor interfaces with leading enterprise management consoles that support industry standards. This approach helps to ensure that Dell systems can be managed by a broad array of existing enterprise management tools. It also interfaces with the Dell Integration Suite for System Center 2012, Dell KACE K1000 Management Appliance, Dell OpenManage Essentials and our Client Management Pack for System Center Operations Manager (SCOM). Finally, tight integration with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) allows customers to take advantage of the rich scripting capabilities for collecting information and customizing system settings. This product is provided at no additional charge to Dell customers.
The latest version of Dell Command | Monitor is v10.3.1.
|Dell Command | Monitor Sample Scripts||Integrating Dell Command | Monitor with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 whitepaper|
|Dell Command | Monitor FAQs||Configuring Remote Wake-Up using Dell Client Command Suite|
|Monitoring the health of RAID Controllers and its associated drives using Dell Command | Monitor whitepaper||Securing Dell Commercial Client Systems with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) using Dell Client Command Suite|
Installing Dell Command | Monitor manually is pretty simple. Just download the latest version (links above) and install with administrative rights.
To perform an unattended installation to be used with your favorite software distribution tool, perform the following steps:
Dell Command | Monitor v10.2 (Released - 04/2019)
Dell Command | Monitor v10.0 (Released - 04/2018)
Dell Command | Monitor v9.3 (Released - 08/2017)
Artikel-ID: SLN311855Datum der letzten Änderung: 07/01/2020 07:43 PM