Motherboard BIOS

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Desktop administration
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how to prevent users from changing motherboard bios if they removed board battary, i mean what can i do to prevent bios frem being restored if the battary was remove when sttarting up the pc ? thanks,

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Why don’t you just lock the towers?

You won’t have to worry about users even getting in then, much less removing anything.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Assuming this is an office environment. In every office there are some office manners. If you take some strong steps against the users who did this kind of nuisance, hope they never do this again. Next you can lock the bios with master password.
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  • Harisheldon
    Locking the cases and also locking the systems to the desks are always a good option. This way it does not make it easy for them to try to open the system up.
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  • ToddN2000
    Locking the case is the only option I see. Are they removing the battery for the purpose of resetting the power on password? 
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  • jinteik
    In my office, they lock the PC case with a lock.
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  • ToddN2000
    Depending on the system setup, in these are connected to a network, is to use thin clients.
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