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Dell TPM 2.0 Firmware Update Utility

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This package contains the Dell TPM 2.0 firmware update utility. Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a hardware chip on the system motherboard to provide enhanced security.
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Fixes & Enhancements

Fixes:
- Firmware update to address security vulnerabilities.

Enhancements:
- Supports TPM 1.2 to 2.0 mode switch from TPM 1.2 firmware version 5.81.2.1.
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Version

1.3.2.8, A03

Release date

01 Oct 2021

Download Type

Firmware

Category

Security

Importance

Critical
Dell Technologies highly recommends applying this important update as soon as possible. The update contains critical bug fixes and changes to improve functionality, reliability, and stability of your Dell system. It may also include security fixes and other feature enhancements.
Available formats

File Format: CPG BIOS Executable for Windows/DOS
File Name: DellTpm2.0_Fw1.3.2.8_V3_64.exe
File Size: 3.84 MB
Format Description:
This file format consists of a BIOS executable file. The Universal (Windows/MS DOS) format can be used to install from any Windows or MS DOS environment.
To ensure the integrity of your download, please verify the checksum value.
MD5:
3d259d0f006b0b4c8416b84971efb3cd
SHA1:
d27438ab40f1562c7224177aaa31aef01c2baab2
SHA-256:
c8a6964ea02be80c653be32321e14142bf7afd46ebfd274c8664e2689e727c2a

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Windows Server 2008 x64
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSC 2019
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 R2
Windows 8, 64-bit
Windows 8.1, 64-bit
Windows Server 2016
Windows 10, 64-bit
Windows Server 2003 x64
Note 1: You must provide a bootable DOS USB drive. This executable file does not create the DOS system files.
Note 2 : Before updating the BIOS, ensure that you suspend BitLocker encryption on a BitLocker-enabled system. If it is not enabled on your system, you can ignore this step. For information about how to disable BitLocker, see How to Enable or Disable BitLocker with TPM in Windows at support.dell.com.
Note 3: The TPM must be ON and Enabled in BIOS Setup, and the TPM must not be owned. If the TPM is owned, go to BIOS Setup and clear the TPM before proceeding. You may need to run TPM.msc to reinitiate the TPM under Windows operating system.
Note 4: When the TPM ownership is cleared, some operating system will automatically take ownership of the TPM on the next boot (TPM AutoProvisioning). This feature must be disabled in the operating system to proceed with the update.

Dell TPM Update Utility for Windows/DOS

Download
1. Click Download File.
2. When the File Download window is displayed, click Save to save the file to your hard drive.

Clear the TPM (See Notes 2, 3 and 4)
1. Before running the TPM update utility, clear the TPM Owner.

Disable TPM Auto Provisioning in Windows (See Note 4)
1. Boot to Windows
2. Launch the PowerShell Command window in Administrator mode.
3. At the Powershell command prompt, start the command:
> Disable-TpmAutoProvisioning
4. Confirm the following results:
- AutoProvisioning: Disabled
5. Reboot the system, to BIOS Setup by pressing F2.
6. Go to Security > TPM 1.2/2.0 Security.
7. Click the Clear checkbox and select Yes to clear the TPM settings. (You can skip it if the item is disabled)
8. Click Exit to save changes.
9. Reboot system to Windows.
10. Confirm that the TPM is not owned. The TPM should no longer be automatically provisioned by Windows.
11. When the TPM update is finished, launch the PowerShell command in Administrator mode to reenable the auto provisioning.
> Enable-TpmAutoProvisioning
12. Confirm the following results:
- AutoProvisioning: Enabled

Updating the TPM update utility from Windows environment
1. Browse to the location where you downloaded the file and double-click the new file.
2. Windows System auto restarts and updates the TPM during the system startup.
3. When the TPM update is finished, the system auto reboots to take effect.

Updating the TPM update utility from DOS environment, with Legacy Boot mode (Non-Windows users)
1. Copy the downloaded file to a bootable DOS USB drive.
2. Power on the system, then Press F12 key and Select USB Storage Device and Boot to DOS prompt.
3. Run the file by typing copied file name where the executable file is located.
4. DOS system auto restarts and updates the TPM during the system startup.
5. When the TPM update is finished, the system auto reboots to take effect.

Updating the BIOS from DOS with UEFI boot mode enabled (Non-Windows users, Load Legacy Option Disabled)
1. Copy the downloaded file to a bootable DOS USB drive.
2. Power on the system, then go to BIOS Setup by pressing F2 and go to General > Boot Sequence > Boot List Option.
3. Change UEFI to Legacy of Boot List Option.
4. Click Apply, click Exit to save changes and reboot system.
5. Press F12, then Select USB Storage Device and Boot to DOS prompt.
6. Run the file by typing copied file name where the executable file is located.
7. When the TPM update is finished, the system auto reboots to take effect.
8. Go to BIOS Setup by pressing F2 and go to General > Boot Sequence > Boot List Option.
9. Change Legacy to UEFI Boot Option.
10. Click Apply, click Exit to save changes and reboot system.

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