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    As previously announced, we adopted a new Dell Updates framework starting in the KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA) release 11.1. This change was triggered by Dell’s plan to end of life the framework previously used by KACE. This new framework developed by Dell is supposed to bring additional capabilities as it matures. We are keeping a close eye on these incremental improvements made by Dell and are hopeful that things like mass passing of passwords will come in time to develop against.

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    The latest admin response acknowledges that it doesn't address this request. Please implement functionality to allow Dell Update schedules to update BIOS when a password is set. That is the request here, and it's nearly 10 years old at this point. The script workaround is not acceptable.

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    under review  ·  16 comments  ·  SMA (K1000) » Software Compliance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    The SMA should simply not transfer the base backup every day. Once it has been transferred to the offboard server successfully, it should not be sent again. The current behavior defeats the purpose of doing base and incremental backups (the purpose being to reduce backup storage size). The current implementation actually increases the overall storage required for proper backups.

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    How could this not be implemented already? Patch Scheduling supports "Every Nth Weekday of the Month." Why can't Report Schedules have the exact same option?

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