06-10-2016 05:37 AM - last edited on 06-12-2016 06:31 AM by BiggAl
We are now migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
With windows 7 we were running legacy BIOS.
Now with Windows 10 it is UEFI and Secure Boot on all machines before deployment of operating system.
I have configured the BIOS settings exactly as i wanted on one machine. (UEFI, Boot Order, Secure Boot Enabled)
Then i have used CFGWIN.exe to export my settings to a txt file
CFGWIN.exe /c /path:c:\settings.txt
Now i want to use this configuration on all other Lenovo computers, without going in to BIOS and change all settings manually.
So in my OS deployment i run:
CFGWIN.exe /r /path:c:\settings.txt (after that i reboot the computers and continue with OS deployment)
But BIOS are not set to UEFI, Secure Boot is still disabled?
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06-10-2016 05:46 AM
What version of BIOS are on? Are all the computers on the same?
06-11-2016 11:08 PM - edited 06-11-2016 11:21 PM
Before running CFGWIN.exe i update all my M900 clients o BIOS version FWJY49USA.
I found an old thread where someone said that you can not update the settings for UEFI and Secure Boot via script, but it can not be right?
06-12-2016 04:40 AM
If you can link me to that thread, that would be helpful. Thx.
06-12-2016 06:19 AM
I have now solved my problem.
Instead of using CFGWIN.exe i used srwin.exe to export my BIOS settings then import it on another machine.
That worked exactly as i wanted and all settings are imported.