Dell Command Line Reference Guide for the S4048–ON System



Accept or reject the end user license agreement (EULA).

eula-consent {support-assist} {accept | reject}
Enter the keywords support-assist to either accept or reject the EULA for the specified service.
Enter the keyword accept to accept the EULA for the specified service.
Enter the keyword reject to reject the EULA for the specified service.
Command Modes
Command History

This guide is platform-specific. For command information about other platforms, see the relevant Dell EMC Networking OS Command Line Reference Guide.

Introduced on the M I/O Aggregator and FN IOM.
Introduced on the S6010-ON and S4048T-ON.
Introduced on the S3148.
Introduced on the C9010, Z9100–ON, S6100–ON, and S3100 series.
Introduced on the S4810, S4820T, S3048–ON, S4048–ON, S5000, S6000, S6000–ON, Z9500, MXL.
Usage Information
  • When you run the command, the system displays a message with the information directing to the URL for further information.
  • Even before you accept or reject the EULA, the configuration data is sent to the default centrally deployed SupportAssist Server. If you reject the EULA, the configuration data is not transmitted to the SupportAssist server.
  • If there is an existing SupportAssist configuration, the configuration is not removed and the feature is disabled.

Accept the EULA:

DellEMC(conf)# eula-consent support-assist accept
I accept the terms of the license agreement. You can reject
the license agreement by configuring this command 
'eula-consent support-assist reject'.

By installing SupportAssist, you allow Dell to save your 
contact information (e.g. name, phone number and/or 
email address) which would be used to provide technical 
support for your Dell products and services.  Dell may use 
the information for providing recommendations to improve  
your IT infrastructure.

Dell SupportAssist also collects and stores machine diagnostic 
information, which may include but is not limited to 
configuration information, user supplied contact information, 
names of data volumes, IP addresses, access control lists, 
diagnostics & performance information, network configuration 
information, host/server configuration & performance 
information and related data ("Collected Data") and transmits 
this information to Dell. By downloading SupportAssist and 
agreeing to be bound by these terms and the Dell end user 
license agreement, available at:, you 
agree to allow Dell to provide remote monitoring services of 
your IT environment and you give Dell the right to collect the 
Collected Data in accordance with Dells Privacy Policy, 
available at:, 
in order to enable the performance of all of the various 
functions of SupportAssist during your entitlement to receive 
related repair services from Dell,.  You further agree to 
allow Dell to transmit and store the Collected Data from 
SupportAssist in accordance with these terms.  You agree 
that the provision of SupportAssist may involve international 
transfers of data from you to Dell and/or to Dells affiliates, 
subcontractors or business partners.  When making such 
transfers, Dell shall ensure appropriate protection is in 
place to safeguard the Collected Data being transferred in 
connection with SupportAssist.  If you are downloading 
SupportAssist on behalf of a company or other legal entity, 
you are further certifying to Dell that you have 
appropriate authority to provide this consent on behalf 
of that entity.  If you do not consent to the collection, 
transmission and/or use of the Collected Data, you may 
not download, install or otherwise use SupportAssist.

Reject the EULA:

DellEMC(conf)#eula-consent support-assist reject
Aug 24 22:35:38: %STKUNIT1-M:CP %SUPPORT_ASSIST-6-SUPASSIST_EVT: Event monitor service stopped
I do not accept the terms of the license agreement. The SupportAssist feature has
been deactivated and can no longer be used.
To enable SupportAssist configurations, accept the terms of the license agreement
by configuring this command 'eula-consent support-assist accept'.
Aug 24 22:35:49: %STKUNIT1-M:CP %SUPPORT_ASSIST-6-SUPASSIST_PKG_UNINSTALLED: SupportAssist package uninstalled
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