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How to reset Dell 5324 to factory settings

Posted on 2009-07-09
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I have a Dell 5324 switch and I need the command to reset the switch back to nits original configuration or default factory settings.

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by:atrevido
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did you get a hyperterminal session going with the 5324 yet?
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by:csa_it
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Yes I' got into the device I just need the command, I have looked everywhere, Google, DELL but there is no info.

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I found out that if you access the switch by the http:// x.x.x.x (switch ip address) and navegate to file management - file management there is an option to "Restore Configuration Factory Defaults". So far the only way to do it by CLI is "delete startup-config" but I can't assure that it will bring the switch back to Factory Defult.
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