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fkiwergrower
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standardize BIOS settings using BMC Client Management

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Anyone here have experience using BMC Client Management to set the BIOS using BiosConfigUtility? I'd like recommendations on what settings to enable / disable. Thank You

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Hello

 

I don't know BMC Client Management but I know very well the utility to change BIOS setting to HP computers, either using an executable like BiosConfigUtility32 or 64 or PowerShell script.

 

Usually standard HP BIOS setting fit customer's need.

I don't knwo which EliteDesk models you have to manage and which OS.

One thing I suggest to enable , default is disable , is the parameter: SAVE/RESTORE MBR or GPT table after you installed the OS.

for the other parameter it depend if you have special needs.

 

bye

 

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TryToDoMybest
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Hello

 

I don't know BMC Client Management but I know very well the utility to change BIOS setting to HP computers, either using an executable like BiosConfigUtility32 or 64 or PowerShell script.

 

Usually standard HP BIOS setting fit customer's need.

I don't knwo which EliteDesk models you have to manage and which OS.

One thing I suggest to enable , default is disable , is the parameter: SAVE/RESTORE MBR or GPT table after you installed the OS.

for the other parameter it depend if you have special needs.

 

bye

 

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