Report on BIOS Firmware Information Remotely


Shows BIOS firmware information with BIOS manufacturer, serial number and version



  

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Acting as a middle layer between hardware and software, the firmware frequently falls through the cracks and is hardly ever included in IT inventory. This recklessness jeopardizes the assessment analysis and exposes your organization to risks. In case your current firmware version turns out to be compromised, you should upgrade it before anyone takes advantage of its vulnerabilities. Action facilitates information gathering and IT asset management. This free firmware information inventory tool can be used to check the firmware version in Windows on all computers in bulk. You’ll be presented with live results within seconds after the query. Don’t worry, if some remote desktops are offline, Action1 will share cached data in this case.

Keeping track of firmware is tightly bound to system security, stability, and performance of your IT infrastructure. Action1 BIOS information tool allows you to check the BIOS version on Windows, so you can plan maintenance works and upgrade in advance. You’ll get all essential information such as SIMBIOS version, manufacturer, a serial number for each managed endpoint. Knowing the exact BIOS version you run on your endpoints will help prevent compatibility issues related to hardware upgrades.

Report on BIOS Firmware Information Remotely


Latest Release: Action1 Endpoint Security Platform 2.2, May 4, 2020.
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Frequently Asked Questions



1. What is firmware and how it works?
Firmware is low-level computer software that controls a hardware component it runs on. For example, BIOS is preinstalled on a baseboard and facilitate system boot startup and process running. BIOS version is specific to the motherboard and chipset model.

2. Should I upgrade BIOS?
In most cases, there is no need to upgrade BIOS unless suggested by a Windows PC manufacturer. It is better to know the BIOS version though to avoid compatibility issues when planning hardware replacements.

3. How do I check BIOS version on a Windows 10 computer?
On a local Windows 10 computer, navigate to the “System Information” app. On the “System summary” page look for “SIMBIOS version”, “BIOS version/date, etc.

4. Is it possible to check firmware version on remote computers?
You can utilize WMI and PowerShell to check BIOS version on a remote computer. If you have multiple endpoints to examine, consider using a tool from Action1 that enables you to get information about firmware from remote endpoints in bulk.




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