Use the Command Line Helper and DAAutoLogin together to run Windows patch management on devices with Full Disk Encryption installed.
Use Command Line Helper to create encrypted values for scripts
For details, see Using the Command Line Helper.
Use DAAutoLogin in various combinations to accomplish different needs
After patches are pushed out, call DAAutoLogin inside scripts to:
For details, see Patching Process for Full Disk Encryption.
To streamline the Window update process, use DAAutoLogin to skip the Full Disk Encryption Preboot multiple times
For details, see Skipping the Preboot Screen.
Make sure to run both tools on a Full Disk Encryption device.
Both tools are available in the tools folder of the zip file received from Trend Micro. For assistance, contact Trend Micro Support.
Command Line Helper enables encrypted values to pass via the installation script to the Full Disk Encryption preboot and installer. You can manually use Command Line Helper to generate encrypted values of strings for installation scripts or patch management.
The Command Line Helper tool is part of the PolicyServer installation package. Go to Trend Micro Download Center, select the Endpoint Encryption, and download the PolicyServer package.
The Command Line Helper tool is located in the following directory:
<download_directory>\TMEE_PolicyServer\Tools\Command Line Helper
cd C:\TMEE_PolicyServer\Tools\Command Line Helper
It may be easier to copy the generated value directly from a text file.
In that case, the above example would be modified as follows:
CommandLineHelper.exe examplepassword > file.txt
The Command Line Helper produces an encrypted string.