Dell Command | PowerShell Provider

Summary: Dell Command | PowerShell Provider works for local and remote systems, and even in Windows pre-installation environment.

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NOTE: Dell Command | PowerShell Provider requires platforms supporting WMI-ACPI BIOS. For the complete list of supported platforms, refer to the Supported Platforms.

Overview

Dell Command | PowerShell Provider is a module that makes BIOS configuration easily manageable through the Windows PowerShell interface. It works for local and remote systems, and even in a Windows Pre-installation Environment (WinPE).

Dell Command | PowerShell Provider can be installed as plug-in software registered within the PowerShell environment. It can be used on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and Windows Pre-installation Environment (WinPE 4.0 onwards) operating systems.
 

Downloads

Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 2.4 (Released - 12/2020)

PowerShell Gallery Downloads Dell Support

What's New

  • Support for the following new BIOS attributes:
    • In the Performance category:
      • ThermalManagement
    • In the Maintenance category:
      • MicrocodeUpdateSupport  
    • In the Security category:
      •  DisPwdJumper
      •  NVMePwdFeature
      •  NonAdminPsidRevert
      •  SafeShutter
      •  IntelTME
    • ● In the Video category:
      •  HybridGraphics
    • ● In the Integrated Devices category:
      •  PCIeBifurcation
      •  DisUsb4Pcie
      •  VideoPowerOnlyPorts
      •  TypeCDockOverride
    • ● In the Connection category:
      •  HTTPsBoot
      •  HTTPsBootMode
    • ● In the Keyboard category:
      •  DeviceHotkeyAccess
    • ● In the System Configuration category:
      • PowerButtonOverride
  • Updated names of attributes and possible values. Please refer Knowledge Base to see complete list.

NOTE: There are certain features in Pre Enabled category for which the help texts may not be available. However, you can perform get and set operations.


Dell Command | PowerShell Provider - Known Issues

This issue will be addressed in upcoming release. 

For the complete list of known issues, please refer to Dell Command | PowerShell Provider Release Notes .



Installation and Configuration

For information on how to install and configure Dell Command | PowerShell Provider on your system, refer to the Download and Installation section of the user guide. To download the User Guide click the documentation link provided with the product release. 


Whitepapers/Technical Documents 


Articles/Blogs 

Support videos

Changing boot sequence using Dell Command | PowerShell Provider

Duration: 02:56
Closed captions: English only



Previous Releases 

Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 2.3.1 (Released - 08/2020)
Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 2.3 (Released - 04/2020)

PowerShell Gallery Downloads Dell Support
Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 2.2  (Released - 04/2019)


Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 2.1  (Released - 05/2018)


Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 2.0  (Released - 12/2017)


Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 1.3  (Released - 07/2017)


Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 1.2  (Released - 02/2017)

Updated attribute names and Possible values. To see the complete list please click Reference list for updated names of attributes and possible values link


Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 1.1  (Released - 08/2016)

 

Dell Command | PowerShell Provider 1.0  (Released - 10/2015)  
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Last Published Date

25 Mar 2021

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