This layout should work for any Make and Model though.The only client requirements relate to the actual BIOS update file. If you are ready to get your BIOS updates under control, keep reading! In the past, we’ve covered creating a central Group Policy store and a central hardware/drive store. Before getting started, you will need a list of every model that you support.Fortunately for us, the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) provides a built-in mechanism for updating BIOS versions.In this How-To guide, we are going to cover: The examples shown are geared toward Dell machines.Create a sub-folder for each model that you support.
If you do write your hardware models to Active Directory, you can use this command to retrieve them: Now, navigate to your MDT Deployment Share and open up the Applications folder.
Create a new folder named BIOS Updates (or something similar).
Because we only support Dell machines in our environment, my folder is simply called Dell.
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