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HOW TO: Launch CloudOne from CLI

Question:

HOW TO: Launch CloudOne from CLI

 

Solution:

As of version 2.18.808, CloudOne Toolkit is now capable of launching several tasks from the CLI (Command Line Interface).

The syntax below with examples:

[Path_to_CloudOneToolkit:\] CloudOneToolkit.exe /un:[loginID] /pw:[loginPassword] /refid:[default | custom value] /task:[taskvalue]

Example:

C:\uxc1tk2>CloudOneToolKit.exe /un:james@uxd.com /pw:5-M99c8j@ND! /refid:default /task:mwscomplete

 

/un:[loginID]

Example: /un:james@uxd.com

 

/pw:[loginPassword]

Example: /pw:5-M99c8j@ND!

 

/refid:[default | custom value]

Example#1: /refid:default

Will autodetect the serial# and use as the refid value

Example#2: /refid:any_alphaNumeric_value_here

Will use any_alphaNumeric_value_here as the refid value

 

/task:[taskvalue]

- /task:main

Display the Technician Console, bypassing all startup prompts.

- /task:mpa

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the Multi-Point Assessment.

- /task:asb

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the Automated Service Bot

- /task:hwdquick

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the Hardware Diagnostic Tool with Quick Test Script.

- /task:hstquick

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the WinStress Test Tool with Quick Test Script.

- /task:mwscomplete

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the UAV Malware Scanner Tool

- /task:pco

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the PC Optimization Tool

- /task:da

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the Multi-Point Assessment.

- /task:dt

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the Data Transfer Tool

- /task:sec

Bypass all startup prompts and Start the System Event Calendar Tool

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