That would only be possible if the vendor has a utility that allows you to do that silently from within Windows. By default the OS doesn't have any direct interface to modify the BIOS. You would need to contact your computer vendor and see if there is a utility that can be run from a command line in automated fashion.
The basic rule of thumb is that if you can do it on one computer from a command line you can do it in LANDesk with ease. If you can't, it may or may not be possible with varying degrees of difficulty.
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it could work if your client is intel AMT ready: http://www.intel.com/technology/manage/downloads/306431.pdf
You can do this with LANDesk for Dell Models.
For Dells you need this tool - Dell® Client Configuration Utility
"Dell® Client Configuration Utility lets you create a stand-alone package that you can manually run on a Dell client computer to configure a BIOS, update a BIOS, or capture BIOS settings inventory data."
Basically you have a base machine, you configure your bios settings with the Utility, it creates a executable and you can then deploy with LANDesk via Software Distribution.
HP has a similar tool, I believe it is called HP Client Management Interface Administrator Toolkit. However i have not messed with that since all of our HP's come with PXE enabled from the factory.