01-08-2018 02:38 AM
I use control software and when I turn on the computers from the control position, this instruction by the network changes the bios on computers and makes it possible for them to boot from the network.
How can this be prevented?
01-09-2018 02:30 AM - edited 01-09-2018 02:31 AM
> I use control software and when I turn on the computers from the control position,
> this instruction by the network changes the bios on computers
> and makes it possible for them to boot from the network.
That is what a "control" workstation is supposed to be allowed to do, in a "centrally-managed" network of computers.
> How can this be prevented?
Remove the "managed" computer from the centralized management environment.
But, "why" do you want to do this?
01-09-2018 06:31 AM
01-09-2018 09:27 AM
> I meant that when I turn on the computers by Remote Startup, the computers look for their boot on the network first
That is what "remote management" should be doing, to allow you to "manage" the computer before/after it has booted.
If the computer were to boot from its disk-drive, you cannot "manage" it.
Once you have completed your "management", use the Windows command-line 'shutdown' program with the '/r' option to reboot from the disk-drive.
> although I uncheck the boot from the network, this flag is repeated in the above action.
Exactly what model of computer are you trying to "manage"?
It might have boot-options in the BIOS for both "normal" boot and "network-initiated" boot.
> How can i prevent the affect of the Remote Startup on the Bios?
What are you trying to do?
Just to power-on the computers every day at a specific time?
01-10-2018 01:52 AM
I have also HP Compaq 6200 Pro microtower with Windows 7 and when I turn on this compuer by the 'Remote startup' from the control software, it dosn't search any boot from the network! it boot immediately from the hard disk!