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Resetting The Memory Key; Changing The Password; Hibernating, Suspending, Or Logging Off The System - Lenovo Ultra Secure Memory Key User Manual

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Resetting the memory key

Attention:
v It is recommended that you use the Resetting feature to format your memory key with
Administrator privilege.
v If you select Reset Ultra Secure Memory Key, the memory key will be reset to factory
settings, and all data stored on the drive will be erased.
To reset the memory key, do the following:
1. Click Settings in the KeyLock (x:) window after entering your password.
2. Select the Reset Ultra Secure Memory Key checkbox in the Adminitrative Tools window and click
Apply.
3. After resetting the memory key, the Information window opens to show that you need to remove and
reinsert the memory key to make it available.

Changing the password

To change the password of the memory key, click Settings in the KeyLock (x:) window after entering
your password. The Administrative Tools window opens and you can change your password.

Hibernating, Suspending, or Logging off the system

Be sure to save and close all files on your memory key before hibernating, suspending, or logging off the
Windows operating system. It is recommended that you log out the memory key manually before
hibernating, suspending, or logging off your system, though KeyLock will log out automatically during
system hibernation or suspension.
Attention: To avoid any information leak from your memory key, be sure to log out your memory key if
you are:
v away from your computer
v using the Switching User function by sharing a computer with others
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Lenovo Ultra Secure Memory Key User Guide

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