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FDE commandline to skip PBA

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Hello!

I'm searching for a commandline option to skip the PBA n times.

For some Windows Feature Updates (very long runtime and more than one reboot) i need a commandline tools to skip the PBA. Embedded in a bundle at start and at the end the Update can run without a user.

Is there a "hidden" feature like this?

best regards

André

 

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Zescommand.exe bypassPbaWithRebootCount   bypassCount     password

 

Where “bypassCount” is 1 to 5 reboots and “password” is FDE Policy password, override password, or support key password.  If you’re doing this as part of a bundle or script we’d recommend the temporary override password generated value as it has a limited time of validity. 

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I will ask if such a feature exists....

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Zescommand.exe bypassPbaWithRebootCount   bypassCount     password

 

Where “bypassCount” is 1 to 5 reboots and “password” is FDE Policy password, override password, or support key password.  If you’re doing this as part of a bundle or script we’d recommend the temporary override password generated value as it has a limited time of validity. 

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Hi Craig!

Is there a list of zescommands 🙂 ?

 

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I don't think they are documented for one reason or another.

Note: There is really only one more that I ever use with customers and it does not really have a general use purpose like this one.

 

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