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Enable Intel-VT on a IBM Yoga

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I have a remote test laptop that I do not have physical access to but need to enable Intel-VT in the BIOS. According to the article below I should be able to do this using WMI.  Has anyone does this before? I am not strong in scripting of any help would be great.


https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/ht100612
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I have a comparable machine and I need access to the BIOS (at the machine) to do this. Walk someone through the steps. It can readily be done this way.
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Thank you for the reply but no one is at the office right now and need to run some test on this device which is why I need to do this remotely if possible
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That was pretty much the answer I gave you
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I know which is what I figured I had to do but wanted to know if it could be done using WMI... but thanks again

I have requested the question be reopened so I can allocate points to you
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Thank you for following up.
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