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OS


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SELECT '* ' +  os + CHAR(10)
FROM [release] AS r
INNER JOIN [product] AS p ON r.product_id = p.product_id
INNER JOIN [version] AS v on r.version_id = v.version_id
INNER JOIN [status] AS s on r.status_id = s.status_id
INNER JOIN [releaseOs] AS ros on r.release_id = ros.release_id
INNER JOIN [os] AS os on os.os_id = ros.os_id
WHERE product = 'BIOS to UEFI'
AND version = '1.4'
AND os_vendor_supported = 'Y'
ORDER BY os.os_type DESC, os.release_date DESC


The 1E BIOS to UEFI installer (1EBiosToUefi.msi) and the Create 1E OEM Toolkit Package Wizard are run on the Configuration Manager (CM) site server. It is supported on Server 2012 R2 and Server 2016.

The installer should also be installed on any systems where the CM console is installed. In addition to the supported server versions identified above, the installer is supported on Windows 10 (up to and including 1803), Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 SP1.

Only 64-bit versions of these operating systems are supported. If the Console extensions are required on an x86 machine, simply copy the OneE_CustomControlTemplate.dll from Console Install Directory\BIN installed on another (x64) device, or run msixec /a 1EBiosToUefi.msi to extract the OneE_CustomControlTemplate.dll file and copy it to the Console Install Directory\BIN folder on the target x86 machine.

The executable files that are added to the OEM Toolkit Package and used in Windows PE during a Task Sequence are supported on Windows PE versions currently in support by Microsoft.

Database servers


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FROM [release] AS r
INNER JOIN [product] AS p ON r.product_id = p.product_id
INNER JOIN [version] AS v on r.version_id = v.version_id
INNER JOIN [status] AS s on r.status_id = s.status_id
INNER JOIN [releaseRdbms] AS rdb on r.release_id = rdb.release_id
INNER JOIN [rdbms] AS db on db.rdbms_id = rdb.rdbms_id
WHERE product = 'BIOS to UEFI'
AND version = '1.4'
AND db.vendor_supported = 'Y'
ORDER BY rdbms DESC


There is no dependency on database servers.

Configuration Manager


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FROM [release] AS r
INNER JOIN [product] AS p ON r.product_id = p.product_id
INNER JOIN [version] AS v on r.version_id = v.version_id
INNER JOIN [status] AS s on r.status_id = s.status_id
INNER JOIN [releaseSccm] AS rsccm on r.release_id = rsccm.release_id
INNER JOIN [sccm] AS sccm on sccm.sccm_id = rsccm.sccm_id
WHERE product = 'BIOS to UEFI'
AND version = '1.4'
AND sccm.vendor_supported = 'Y'
ORDER BY sccm DESC


You must:
  • Have Configuration Manager 1706 or later installed for a Windows 10 deployment


Web servers


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FROM [release] AS r
INNER JOIN [product] AS p ON r.product_id = p.product_id
INNER JOIN [version] AS v on r.version_id = v.version_id
INNER JOIN [status] AS s on r.status_id = s.status_id
INNER JOIN [releaseIis] AS ri on r.release_id = ri.release_id
INNER JOIN [iis] AS i on i.iis_id = ri.iis_id
WHERE product = 'BIOS to UEFI'
AND version = '1.4'
AND i.vendor_supported = 'Y'
ORDER BY iis DESC


There is no dependency on Web servers.

Runtime libraries


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INNER JOIN [product] AS p ON r.product_id = p.product_id
INNER JOIN [version] AS v on r.version_id = v.version_id
INNER JOIN [status] AS s on r.status_id = s.status_id
INNER JOIN [releaseFramework] AS rf on r.release_id = rf.release_id
INNER JOIN [framework] AS f on f.framework_id = rf.framework_id
WHERE product = 'BIOS to UEFI'
AND version = '1.4'
AND f.vendor_supported = 'Y'
ORDER BY framework DESC


There is no dependency on runtime libraries.

Browsers


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FROM [release] AS r
INNER JOIN [product] AS p ON r.product_id = p.product_id
INNER JOIN [version] AS v on r.version_id = v.version_id
INNER JOIN [status] AS s on r.status_id = s.status_id
INNER JOIN [releaseBrowser] AS rb on r.release_id = rb.release_id
INNER JOIN [browser] AS b on b.browser_id = rb.browser_id
WHERE product = 'BIOS to UEFI'
AND version = '1.4'
AND b.vendor_supported = 'Y'
ORDER BY browser ASC


There is no dependency on browsers.

Others

  1. PowerShell
  2. Nomad
  1. PowerShell 4.0 or later must already be installed in order to run the installer (1EBiosToUefi.msi)
  2. A production instance of Nomad 67.2 0 or later is required to use the task sequence steps

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