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Tuesday, May 17 • 2:00pm - 3:45pm
Everything you want to know about BIOS/UEFI Settings FULL

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BIOS and UEFI settings play an important role in today's systems management. Often times, new systems are built and go out the door without any changes or modifications to the default settings. In fact, if a model is deployed over a period of time then chances are there will be several different BIOS/UEFI versions floating around in the environment for the same model. Rarely do system administrators update the BIOS/UEFI after a system has been deployed.

Today, it is not only important to create a BIOS/UEFI standard for each supported hardware model but it is something that should be mandatory. Otherwise, new security features in Window 10 may not be possible without doing an expensive full wipe and load of the operating system.

In this session, you will learn how to report on and monitor using System Center Configuration Manager the BIOS/UEFI settings for each of the three major PC vendors: Dell, Lenovo and HP. We will show you which settings are important as it relates to the new Windows 10 security features and how to automatically set them using the right tools. This session with be packed with demos and provide you with the information you need in order to better manage the systems in your environment.

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Niall Brady

I blog about Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune). Please visit http://windowsnoob.com and http://niallbrady.com
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Ronnie Krarup Jakobsen

Senior Architect, Coretech
Ronnie has worked with client management and deployment for the last 15 years, on top of that he has also done a lot of development related to system management, especially SCCM, either using .NET or Powershell. Ronnie joined the Coretech team in 2012 and focuses mainly on SCCM... Read More →
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Mike Terrill

Microsoft MVP, Lead Infrastructure Engineer
Mike’s career has been focused on systems management and operating system deployment for over 26 years. He is a Microsoft Enterprise Mobility MVP and runs the Arizona Systems Management User Group. He specializes in the design, architecture and installation of Configuration Manager... Read More →

Tuesday May 17, 2016 2:00pm - 3:45pm CDT
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