Uploading Firmware Images and Marking the Image as the Current Image
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To upload a firmware image:

  1. In the global administration view, select Settings in the navigation pane.
    The Control Panel page is displayed.
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  2. Select Firmware Repository, under SETTINGS in the Control Panel page.
    The Firmware Repository window is displayed.
  3. Click Upload.
    The Upload Firmware Wizard opens displaying the Upload Firmware window.
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  4. Click Upload and browse to the file to upload.
  5. Click Open.
    The firmware image is uploaded to the relevant device platform category and a completed window is displayed.
  6. Click FINISH.

Marking a Firmware Image as the Current Firmware Image

When you mark a firmware image as the current firmware image, all devices of the relevant device platform that are set to automatically download firmware images will download this firmware image.

There can only be one current firmware image per device platform.

To mark a firmware image as the current firmware image:

  1. In the global administration view, select Settings in the navigation pane.
    The Control Panel page is displayed.
  2. Select Firmware Repository, under SETTINGS in the Control Panel page.
    The Firmware Repository window is displayed showing the firmware available in the repository.
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  3. Select the firmware to make current.
  4. Click Mark as Current.

The selected firmware image becomes the current firmware image and is marked with image.png.

To mark a firmware image as not current:

  1. In the global administration view, select Settings in the navigation pane.
  2. Select Firmware Repository, under SETTINGS in the Control Panel page.
    The Firmware Repository window is displayed showing the firmware available in the repository.
  3. Select the desired firmware image's row.
  4. Click Remove Current.

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