Using Remote BIOS Management on Intel vPro® Devices

Using Remote BIOS Management on Intel vPro® Devices

IT Admins can connect to an eligible end user’s device from the Device Management > Devices page and selecting the  BIOS Management tab in the device tray.
The device must be online, licensed and have the Intel vPro® agent installed. The device must be attended as a consent code must be shared between the device user and the IT Admin to gain access.
  1. Click the Connect button to access the device.
  2. Once connected, LDM will require a 6-digit consent code. The IT Admin should obtain this code directly from the device end user.

  3. Once the consent code is confirmed, LDM will access the device’s BIOS Settings via the Intel vPro EMA server. BIOS Settings can then be remotely viewed and modified as needed.
  4. When finished, click Close to disconnect from the device.

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