Documentation A Dell Update Package (DUP) is a self-contained executable in a standard package format that updates a single software element on the system. Using DUPs, you can update a wide range of system components simultaneously and apply scripts to similar sets of Dell systems to *** levels.

You can use DUPs to:

  • Apply an individual update to a system ***>
  • Install device drivers in interactive and non-interactive modes.
  • Execute multiple updates on the system ***-interactive commands that you write using the CLI feature.
  • Leverage the scheduling of your operating system and software distribution utilities to apply updates remotely to any number of systems.

DUPs are available for the following software components:<***>

  • System firmware, also known as the Embedded Systems Management (ESM) firmware
  • Network firmware and drivers
  • Remote Access Controller (RAC) firmware
  • RAID controller firmware and device drivers
  • Software RAID 3.0 (S130) driver
  • Hard-disk drives (HDDs), Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA), Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), and solid-state drives (SSDs)
  • Lifecycle Controller
  • Dell Diagnostics and Driver Pack
  • ***>
  • Enclosures (MD12xx, MD14xx)
  • OS Collector
  • Chipset Drivers
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    Dell Update package User Guide 17.10.00
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    Other Resources - OM Software Support Matrix, DTK, SUU, DRM 

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