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Pass Password to .EXE Generated by Command | Configure

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Hello all,

I'm having trouble passing a valsetuppwd to a .exe file created using Dell Command | Configure (currently using version 3.2.0). It's just a simple config used to set forcepxeonnextboot=enable

Command used to run it: forcepxeonnextboot.exe  --valsetuppwd=[redacted]

Resulting log (and yes, the correct password IS being entered. Passing that to CCTK.exe works just fine, but requires installation as best I can tell):

[07/18/17 16:17:12]    Self Contained Executable(SCE) Execution Start
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    Original command line: forcepxeonnextboot.exe  --valsetuppwd=[redacted]
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    SCE EXE Version: 3.2.0.0
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    SCE Release: R309560
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    User Command: unattended
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    SCE Capabilities Value: 471859199 (0x1C1FFFFF)
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    SCE Vendor Software Version: 3.2.0
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    Local System/Model Compatible with this Package? Yes
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    Local System OS Version: 6.1.1.0
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    OS Compatible with this Package? Yes
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    Local System OS Language: EN
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    Language Compatible with this Package? Yes
[07/18/17 16:17:12]    User Parameter: valsetuppwd
[07/18/17 16:17:13]    Identified Behavior : unattended
[07/18/17 16:17:13]    Temporary payload log file name: C:\ProgramData\dell\drivers\forcepxeonnextboot\SCEDCD7.tmp
[07/18/17 16:17:13]    Translated Command Line : applyconfig.bat -l="C:\ProgramData\dell\drivers\forcepxeonnextboot\SCEDCD7.tmp" "--valsetuppwd=[redacted]"
[07/18/17 16:17:13]    Path : C:\ProgramData\dell\drivers\forcepxeonnextboot
[07/18/17 16:17:13]    Identified Behavior : unattended
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Append Vendor Software Log: C:\ProgramData\dell\drivers\forcepxeonnextboot\SCEDCD7.tmp
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    
--- Start of Vendor Software Log ---

[07/18/17 16:17:18]    ASCII payload log file detected.
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    
2017/07/18 16:17:18 cctk - The setup password provided is incorrect. Please try again.
CCTK STATUS CODE : FAILURE
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    
--- End of Vendor Software Log ---

[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Get name of the Folder file: c:\Users\[redacted]\Desktop
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Vendor Software Return Code: 0
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Name of Exit Code: SUCCESS
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Name of Exit Code: SUCCESS
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Exit Code set to: 0 (0x0)
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Result: SUCCESS
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Name of Exit Code: SUCCESS
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    Execution terminated at date-time 07/18/17 16:17:18
[07/18/17 16:17:18]    ######


Any ideas?

Thanks!

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  • Hi,

    Please try providing password with double quotes in case admin password is having special characters.

    <SCE Name>.exe --valsetuppwd="<password>"

    And please use Dell Command | Configure 3.3 version in case admin password is combination of Upper and lower case characters.

    Thanks

    -Tarun

    #IWork4Dell

  • Just tried it updated to 3.3.0 and recreated the .exe file - still doesn't work. Password only contains uppercase and lowercase letters.

    Also tried exporting the .exe including the "Setup Password" in the .exe itself, but that's not working either.


    The only thing I've been able to get working is using a portable version of CCTK (I forget where I got it), and running that from a network share. That's been working so far. The .EXE would be ideal, but this will work for now until it's fixed.