When the Wake on LAN function is enabled, many operations, such as data transfer, software updates,
and flash updates of the UEFI BIOS, can be done remotely without remote attendance. The updating
process can perform after normal working hours and on weekends, so that the users are not interrupted
during work, and the LAN traffic is kept to a minimum. It saves time and increases productivity.
• Wake on LAN from Dock
Enable the Wake on LAN from Dock feature from the computer when the dock is connected to the
computer. Then you can realize the Wake on LAN feature.
Note: To use the Wake on LAN feature to wake the computer from hibernation mode or turn on the
computer, ensure that the dock is connected to the USB-C connector on the computer.
You can enable the Wake on LAN feature or the Wake on LAN from Dock feature through configuring the
BIOS on your computer by doing the following:
1. Restart the computer. When the logo screen is displayed, press F1 to start the ThinkPad Setup
2. Select Config ➙ Network. The Network submenu is displayed.
3. Select a corresponding option for the Wake on LAN feature.
4. Press F10 to save the settings and exit.
Note: For more information about configuring the BIOS, refer to the user guide that comes with your
Using the video output connectors
The dock has four video output connectors as shown to support up to two external displays. To use the
video output connectors on the dock, connect an external display to the connector using a corresponding
• The video output connectors of the same group do not support video output at the same time.
• The external displays connected to the dock will not be on until your computer enters the Windows
• Do not connect one external display to another external display that is connected to the dock. The dock
does not support this Daisy Chain connection.
• The dock does not support High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP). Therefore, the video
output connectors on the dock do not support the playback of protected contents on the external display.
The dock supports the following maximum resolution for the external displays if they also support that
• 5120 x 2880 pixels / 60 Hz, with an external display connected to both DisplayPort connectors with the
DisplayPort cables that come with the external display
• 4096 x 2160 pixels / 60 Hz, with an external display connected to one DisplayPort or HDMI connector
ThinkPad Hybrid USB-C with USB-A Dock User Guide