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Is there a utility that I  can view ,manage, and make changes to the bios of my pcs irregardles of the make and model.

Posted on 2013-06-04
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Good afternoon experts,

I am inquiring today about the possibility of manipulating the bios of the computers in my workgroup without having to walk to each machine and configure the wake on lan option.

Your input is greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Regis Hyde
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I don't believe so (that such an utility exists).

(Please let us know if you find one).
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HP had some utilities to configure bios, but you still need to go to each computer and make the changes. so i don't think that you can do it remotely.
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I don't think it exists either.

You could use a hardware based solution.

FYI,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intelligent_Platform_Management_Interface
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by:Scott C
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No, there isn't going to be anything to make changes remotely.  You are going to need to go to each machine and do your settings.
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well that answer my question.
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