Set/change BIOS password
I couldn't find any way to run a script in Kace1000 with local admin privileges, therefore i am asking you if it is possible.
Reason why i need it is to be able to run this as local admin, because running from the System account it doesn't work
Install-PackageProvider -Name NuGet -MinimumVersion 126.96.36.199 -Force
Install-Module -Name DellBIOSProvider -RequiredVersion 2.3.0 -Force
Import-Module DellBiosProvider -Force
$isPass=Get-Item -Path DellSmbios:\Security\IsAdminPasswordSet | select CurrentValue
Set-Item -Path DellSmbios:\Security\AdminPassword "OldPass" -Password "NewPass"
Set-Item -Path DellSmbios:\Security\AdminPassword "NewPass"
Kace1000 script i tried:
Launch PowerShell from directory: $(KACE_SYS_DIR)\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0
with params: -executionpolicy remotesigned -File $(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)\Script.ps1 -Verb RunAs
In a script you can chose to run the script as another user, so you should be able to select the admin account there. You may need to create fresh credentials so that they can be used from the script.
I have had so many issues with running PowerShell scripts because of what I can only guess is the PowerShell used by Kace. I recently had to give up my simple script to remove people that weren't supposed to be admins off the device because despite this script working perfectly when run by a person, Kace could not recognize "Get-LocalGroupMember" I even tried to bypass and run using PowerShell from the sys directory and just could not do it. Ended up going a much less elegant route for others to run where they have to edit the script and put the name they are removing and for me, using my script outside Kace.
I am not totally sure why this happens or what to request from Kace to fix it. My suggestion to see if you are coming up against a similar problem by checking the output log on the run now script:
Unless this is where you are getting the information about the credentials? Just check the log. Like I said, this same script run perfectly locally.
If it is a limit of Kace and PowerShell within, you may want to look at manipulating the Bios in the way you need using Command | Configure. I have had good success with this and reporting on as well as changing BIOS boot order.