Click on Start menu, Right Click My computer, Click Manage
OR Start menu>Run>Type devmgmt.msc
Click on Device manager, Expand Network Adapters>Right click on Generic Marvell Yukon chipset based Ethernet controller, Click on property
Click on advanced tab, select Wake From Shutdown, on the right hand side, Set value to on
Click Wake Up capabilities, on the right hand side set value to Magic packet
Click on Power management Tab, check Allow the Computer to turn off this device to save, Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby and only allow management stations to bring the computer out of standby
Configure System center configuration manager 2007
Log on to SCCM server, open ConfigMgr Console, Expand Site management, right click Main site, click on Property
Click on Wake on LAN Tab, Check Enable Wake on LAN, Check Use Power on commands if the computers support technology, Check Unicast. you can select Subnet directed broadcast if your switch support subnet directed broadcast.
Click Port Tab, Select Wake on LAN
To use Wake on LAN functionality, always check Enable Wake on LAN in the schedule of deployment of any software.
There are lots of third party tools you can use to deploy wake on lan such as manageengine, solarwinds and specopssoft wake on lan tools. The painful part of this process would be, in some computer you have to go bios settings and set wake on lan on in power management. If you have dell pc, you can use dell client configuration utilities.