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completely silent usage of TPMConfig64.exe

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Elitebook 850 G3
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi community,

 

does anybody know, if there is a way to use TPMconfig64.exe completely silent - without physical presence (which is for pressing the F1 key to accept conversion from TPM 1.2 to TPM2.0).

Latest BIOS is installed

Deployment method - SCCM

usage as Tasksequence Step to enable TPM2.0 (to convert from 1.2 t o2.0), i.e. TPMConfig64.exe /s /r /fTPM12_6.41.197.0_to_TPM20_7.41.2375.0.BIN /pSomePWFileForHP.BIN

 

neither the -s command nor known settings in BIOS like "press F1 to accept" (i guess it is the TPM activation policy with its setting "no prompts" - this is what i'm using) are the right ones to update this little shiny thing to something better.

 

But, i'm not afraid to learn something - DELL is one step ahead because they can change TPM within PE silently and with pre-provisioned Bitlocker HDD.

Anyway - i'm still using HP Elitebooks.

 

Kind regards

 

Chris

 

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