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Change bios asset tag from windows using script

Posted on 2011-09-04
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Im looking for a script or at least a method of updating an asset tag from a machine in windows as Im wanting to do it remotely for a number of different machines. Does anybody know of a way to accomplish this ? Any help is greatly appreciated
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Machines were actually lenovo based but using winphlash I was able to update the asset tag field in DMI
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