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Warranty Information in SCCM installation

  • PLS help resolution follow question 

    1.Run DellWarrantyInfo setup_config to setup the configuration,then input  follow info

     1.Proxy User Name of the server (if set).
    2 Proxy Password of the server (if set).
    3 Proxy domain (if set).
    4 Proxy server address (if set)
    5 Connection string for the ConfigMent inventory
    6 WMI Namespace and WMI computer to connect for WQL
    7 Desired output format - .csv, .xml, or database (.rdl)

    2.Run DellWarrantyInfo get_info internal_sccm ,then a message show  invaild  WMI  namespace 'there is no server tag'  

    pls help me what  is root  cause 

    I have need  Use ReportBuilder or SCCM Reports to import and view the reports

    running follw method to report  still not success


    Test DellWarrantyInfo setup_config config_file=CONFIG_FILENAME
     
     
      Test DellWarrantyInfo generate_srs_templates configfile=CONFIG_FILENAME   
      Test DellWarrantyInfo export_svc_tags CSV_FILE   
      Test DellWarrantyInfo export_svc_tags CSV_FILE config_file=CONFIG_FILE_NAME 

    pls help me 

  • Hi,

    Before running the get_info command, certain parameters may be required to be configured before hand such as :-

    1. Proxy user name
    2. Proxy password
    3. Proxy domain
    4. Proxy server address
    5. Connection String for the Database
    6. WMI Namespace and WMI computer to connect for WQL
    7. Desired output format - csv , xml or database

    These parameters can either be configured in a file or in a registry using the setup_config command.

    To configure in the registry, simply use the following command:
    DellWarrantyInfo.exe setup_config

    The program will take inputs for all the above parameters interactively.
    If a certain parameter needs to be skipped, simply press enter key without any character input.
    The configuration parameters are stored at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Dell\DellClientIntegrationPack\Warranty registry location.

    NOTE : The password is stored in an encrypted form.

    To configure in a file e.g. admin.cfg, simply use the following command:
    DellWarrantyInfo.exe setup_config config_file=admin.cfg

    The program will behave similarly, taking the inputs for the parameters interactively.

    Once the config file is created, it can be used during the get_info command.

    e.g. To get Warranty Information of service tags that are present in the SCCM inventory and using configuration options present in admin.cfg, run the following command:
    DellWarrantyInfo.exe get_info internal_sccm config_file=admin.cfg

    Please let us know if you run into issues.

    Thanks

  • I really appreciate your help

    I havent configure in the registry, simply use the following command:

    DellWarrantyInfo.exe setup_config

    I have the following parameters configuration

    1. Proxy user name

    2. Proxy password

    3. Proxy domain

    4. Proxy server address

    5. Connection String for the Database

    6. WMI Namespace and WMI computer to connect for WQL

    7. Desired output format - csv , xml or database

    Now we need creat a report  to obtain client computer information(include server tag) ,I use follow command ,but still prompt there  is no server tag  

    DellWarrantyInfo.exe setup_config config_file=admin.cfg

    DellWarrantyInfo.exe get_info internal_sccm config_file=admin.cfg

    DellWarrantyInfo.exe export_svc_tags tags.csv

    DellWarrantyInfo.exe export_svc_tags tags.csv config_file=admin.cfg

    If your sever tag is not a valid, not query in Dell website, these operations wether  can succeed,

    client computer need wether  to log in Domain user , to ensure that the server can detect the client computer