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HP MIK Bios Password - Compliant then Error?

Prodesk 400 G4 DM
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi 

 

I have set up SCCM with HP MIK / Installed MIK Client on Prodesk 400 G4 DM

Created baseline with BIOS Password and deployed it

 

The PC gets the configuration, sets the BIOS password and the report in Configuration Manager shows its compliant

The Bios password has been set!

 

Then the next time it refreshs the baseline config it comes up with error:

 

_SetupPassword 

Enforcement Error - 0x80070002 - The systems can not find the specified file - Error Source Windows

 

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So BIOS password has been set but pc is saying it isnt compliant?? Anyone seen this before?

 

Thanks

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I am encountering this same issue for a MIK BIOS configuration baseline applied to 50+ EliteBook 850 G3's. 

 

I haven't had the opportunity to see if any of the settings actually applied to the workstations in question yet, but I will check back in on this post once I have been able to validate.

 

This is especially frustrating when you consider that this tool is intended to reduce touchpoints, and easily integrate into SCCM environment.

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For me the settings are defo pushing out, bios password is set etc

 

I can see the it become compliant - everything on report is green.

 

Then next time it refreshes it goes uncompliant??

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Hi I am getting the same issue.

 

Settings are pushed out and password is changed on first pass. 

Subsequent passes report an error with the password.

 

Is there a work around?

 

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