In the first video of our VMware Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management series with community member Joris Adriaanse, we discussed a use case for maximizing productivity with Dell devices and unified workspace.
This second video of our 5-part series covered how to configure Workspace ONE UEM with a custom experience.
In the third video of our series Joris Adriaanse and Sander Noordijk provided a step-by-step guide on how to manage and update your drivers using Workspace ONE UEM.
Now, it is time to manage the Dell BIOS. Why is BIOS so important? BIOS is part of a system that starts up before the operating system does, so it sets configurations that can enable or disable certain settings. You can only manage these settings through Workspace ONE.
First, we need to install the software on a device to configure it properly. Sander will walk you through downloading and configuring your device.
Joris walks through custom settings, including device security as well as demonstrates how to download and installing the Dell Command Configure Software.
Once you have the profile installed, Workspace ONE will recognize the device and the configuration you’ve set for the BIOS. You can use the information on these devices to enhance your automation management.
Watch more below!