Running Dell Command and Configure (formerly Client Configuration Tool Kit (CCTK)) commands in Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) or System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Task Sequences

Running Dell Command and Configure (formerly Client Configuration Tool Kit (CCTK)) commands in Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) or System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Task Sequences





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Dell Command and Configure .

Dell Dell Command and Configure Application and is supported on OptiPlex, Precision and Latitude models running the following Windows operating systems: Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10.

Dell Command and Configure (Version 3.2.0029, A01 or later) is available to download from the Dell Support website Drivers and Downloads section, Systems Management section for your Latitude, OptiPlex or Precision model system.

NOTE: Links are provided to the download location of a download because individual files may be updated but the location of these files does not change, allowing you the ability to easily locate the most current version of an application or driver on the support site.

Running Dell Command and Configure commands in MDT / SCCM Task Sequences.

Due to Dell Command and Configure only outputting text after the tool has run, it must be run as a cmd.exe /c command in MDT/SCCM task sequences.

NOTE: Even if cctk.exe is at the root of the Windows PE disk, cmd.exe must be run from the path: x:\windows\system32 Cctk.exe may be located at the following path: x:\command_configure\x86_64 You must adjust your task sequences accordingly.

EXAMPLES:

cmd.exe /c x:\cctk.exe --setuppwd=dell

cmd.exe /c x:\cctk.exe --fastboot=automatic --legacyorom=enable --embsataraid=ahci
--smarterrors=enable --tpm=on --tpmactivation=activate --tpmppipo=enable
--unmanagednic=enablewithpxe --usbpowershare=enable --wakeonlan=enable
--wirelesswitchchanges=deny –valsetuppwd=dell



Article ID: SLN299182

Last Date Modified: 10/02/2018 12:18 PM


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