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Remotely Changing NIC Driver Settings in Windows 10 Help

06/08/2020 302 views

I currently trying to set up Wake-On-LAN for our mostly dell network and figured I need to change 3 things. I need to Edit BIOS settings Via the Dell Command |Configure tool, set up relay smart labels per subnet in KACE, and Change the NIC driver settings to allow Wake-On-LAN. I am stuck on the NIC driver settings. I need to disable Energy Efficient Ethernet and enable Only allow a magic packet to wake the computer. I cant seem to find a way to do this en masse to our systems remotely. Is there a way to do this via KACE script? Or is there a better way to do this that I am not seeing?


Fairly new to this so any information would be extremely helpful.

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  • Thanks! After playing around with it for a bit I got it working with that.

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You will still need to use a Dell Software utility that sets bios settings, its called the Dell Client Configuration Toolkit and you can find more details about it from this link

https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-uk/sln143145/how-to-install-use-dell-client-configuration-toolkit?lang=en

Basically you will need to create a script to run the command with switches that you need to enable wake on LAN

Answered 06/09/2020 by: Hobbsy
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