If you get the error message, Required BIOS interface not found or HAPI load error. then uninstall and reinstall Hardware Application Programming Interface (HAPI)
Ensure that you are running cctk.exe based on the architecture of the system. If you are running Dell Command | Configure on a 32-bit supported system, browse to the x86 directory in the installation directory, and run Dell Command | Configure commands. If you are running cctk.exe on a 64-bit supported system, then browse to the x86_64 directory and run Dell Command | Configure commands.
If you are running Dell Command | Configure for 32-bit supported systems on a 64-bit supported system, then an error message is displayed: HAPI Driver Load Error.
If you are running Dell Command | Configure for 64-bit supported systems on a 32-bit supported system, then an error message is displayed: Not a valid Win32 application.
To run Dell Command | Configure on systems running Windows Vista or later with User Account Control (UAC) enabled, right-click the Dell Command | Configure Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.
When you install Dell Command | Configure on a system running the Linux operating system, the entry, modprobe dcdbas, is added in the /etc/rc.modules file. After uninstalling Dell Command | Configure , this entry is not removed.
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is an industry standard cryptographic module that provides attestation, integrity metrics and reporting, and a secure key hierarchy. Client systems use TPM to verify if the state of the system has changed between two boot cycles.
cctk --tpmactivation=activate --valsetuppwd=<Setuppwd>
The status is displayed as activate.
The SCE generated using the Export option on the GUI is failing to run on Windows PE. To configure BIOS using SCE, on the target system running the Windows PE operating systems:
applyconfig.bat /logfile <A valid and existing folder with write permission>\<A valid file name>
For example, applyconfig.bat /logfile C:\log.txt
To apply the configuration on a system, where setup or system password has been set, run the following command: applyconfig.bat /logfile <A valid and existing folder with write permission>\<A valid file name> "--valsetuppwd= <setup password>"
Example 1: applyconfig.bat /logfile C:\log.txt "--valsetuppwd=password"
Example 2: applyconfig.bat /logfile C:\log.txt "--valsyspwd=password"