powershell to factory reset windows 8.1

Is there any powershell or cmd script to factory reset a windows 8.1 computer ? I'm looking at something like

systemreset -factoryreset

but with no interaction from user, I will be using this for remote wipe of windows device.

Thanks in advance.
LeitaoAsked:
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Darrell PorterConnect With a Mentor Enterprise Business Process ArchitectCommented:
Short answer: No.
Long answer: To reset Windows to a factory-fresh image usually requires the OEM installation media which has hardware-specific drivers rolled into it.
You can try Microsoft's documented procedure for resetting the machine to its "factory default state".
This will wipe out all settings, software, and data.
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nobusCommented:
some factory reset softwares give the option to keep data
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LeitaoAuthor Commented:
Hi WalkaboutTigger

I apologise for really late reply but got stuck in a project abroad and completely forgot about it until got the message the topic was closed.

My issue is still the same, if I go under settings there is an option to reset windows to a initial state, basically there is a second partition that hold the image and restore it by recreating the partition and re-installing the windows with the drivers.

In this case the devices is a Panasonic tablet thoughpad and I'm looking for a way to run this option but from a command line or powershell to use it remotely via an MDM.

we have more than 2000 devices of same model and configuration running across the world and in case of miss or stollen we need to wipe out the device.

any help will be great.
PL
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