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Declare a special command prompt with command template variables

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Oct 03, 2016

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If the command prompt is not > or #, or you need to specify more than one character to designate the command prompt, as in the case of banners using the # character, declare the command prompt using the following command variables:

<Command Name="MenuBased" Value="false"/>

Specifies that the template logic should run in CLI mode

<Command Name="VirtualPrompt" Value="CustomPrompt%"/>

Specifies the exact value of the command prompt designating the device is ready to receive commands.

 

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