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G_N_
Engaged Sweeper
Hello,

I am creating a package that upgrade the bios of computers.
Everything is fine until the reboot. Indeed, i have to reboot the computer to apply changes.
The problem is that when the computers are rebooting, the link between LanSweeper Server and the computer is disconected, so i can only see the red line "Shutting down Access is denied." on my deployment's logs.

Is it possible to avoid it?
Moreover, ideally, i would like to check the bios version after reboot.

Thank you for your time!
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Esben_D
Lansweeper Employee
Lansweeper Employee
The only way to avoid it would be to make sure that the last step of the package is run before the computer reboots.

I assume that not further action is required after the reboot for the update to complete. If so, the best thing would be to create a second deployment package with the remaining steps.

For checking the BIOS version, you could create a report based on the table tblBIOS. This contains the version of the bios too. Just make sure to fully rescan your assets after a deployment or change the item scan time as mentioned here: https://www.lansweeper.com/kb/115/managing-how-often-specific-data-is-scanned.html