How do I use the Execcfg.exe command to apply changes?

  • Article ID: 107772
  • Updated: 27 Jun 2009

SafeGuard Easy multi-platform 4.5x

Client OS

Windows 2000 Professional SP4, Windows XP SP2 Professional Edition

Server OS



How do I use the Execcfg.exe command to apply changes?


Configuration files of the type “Change” and “uninstall” are run by the program EXECCFG.EXE. They are executed as follows:

1. Call up the Run command in the Windows Start Menu.

2. Switch to the directory where the SafeGuard Easy configuration file is stored (e.g. a network drive).

3. Enter the command:

EXECCFG.EXE /f:<Path and name of configuration file>

in the command line and then click [OK].

Parameters regarding EXECCFG.EXE are displayed with the command:


Additionally EXECCFG supports the parameter /Reboot to issue a shutdown after the defined configuration file is executed successfully.


C:\SGEasy\EXECCFG /f:D:\Change.cfg /Reboot

With this command, a configuration file is executed, SafeGuard Easy applies a configuration change without any user interaction and a reboot is issued.

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