Save and Restore System Configuration Utility (syscfg) for Intel® Server System M70KLP Family



Save and Restore System Configuration Utility (syscfg) for Intel® Server System M70KLP Family (V 14.2klp Build 4)

Available Downloads

  • Windows 10*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15.1*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15*, Windows Server 2016 family*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5*, Windows Server 2012 R2 family*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8*, Windows Server 2019 family*, CentOS 7.3*
  • Size: 59.3 MB
  • SHA1: 49829B3B7082EF57D8A0261532FE643417665F17

Detailed Description


The System Configuration Utility (syscfg) is a command-line utility that provides the ability to save, restore, display
and set selected system firmware and BIOS settings. The firmware configuration parameters on which this utility operates are fully described in the IPMI and BMC specifications. This version of the System Configuration Utility Is designed for use only with the Intel Server System M70KLP product family. When using the System Configuration Utility for other Intel server product families, check the product family documentation for the applicable version.

Supported platforms

Intel® Server System Family M70KLP (Kelton Pass)

Supported operating systems

UEFI Shell
WinPE* 4.0 (x64)
Windows* Server 2019
Windows* Server 2016
Windows* Server 2012 R2
Windows* 10
RHEL* 6.8 (x64)
RHEL* 7.3 (x64)
RHEL* 7.5 (x64)
RHEL* 7.6 (x64)
RHEL* 8.0 (x64)
SLES* 11.4 (x64)
SLES* 12.2 (x64)
SLES* 15 & Sp1 (x64)
CentOS* 7.3 (x64)
Debian* 8.10 (x64)

This download is valid for the product(s) listed below.

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