Remove devices from boot order with long device names via CLI
I cannot seem to find any information on how to do this, as the documentation example is kind of lacking:
Server# scope server 1
Server /server # scope bios
Server /server/bios # remove-boot-device scu-device-hdd
I need to remove the onboard NICs and the UEFI Shell which defaults to Boot Order 1, but when ever I try to type the boot name it flakes out with issues [such as "Device name is alpha-numeric (- and _ are accepted) without any special character], due to having a really long name for the device-id, starting with "UEFI:"
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