Dell Command Line Reference Guide for the S4048–ON System 9.14.2.4

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SupportAssist

SupportAssist sends troubleshooting data securely to Dell. SupportAssist in this Dell EMC Networking OS release does not support automated email notification at the time of hardware fault alert, automatic case creation, automatic part dispatch, or reports. SupportAssist requires Dell EMC Networking OS 9.9(0.0) and SmartScripts 9.7 or later to be installed on the Dell EMC Networking device. For more information on SmartScripts, see Dell EMC Networking Open Automation guide.

NOTE: SupportAssist is enabled by default on the system. To disable SupportAssist, enter the eula-consent support-assist reject command in Global Configuration mode and save the configuration.

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