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Protect Your Privacy (For Selected Models); Protect Data Against Power Loss (For Selected Models); Uefi Bios Passwords; Password Types - Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 2 User Manual

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1. Type Sign-in options in the Windows search box and then press Enter.
2. Select the face ID setting and then follow the on-screen instruction to create your face ID.

Protect your privacy (for selected models)

Use the ePrivacy screen
Your computer might come with an ePrivacy screen. It can reduce screen visibility from side angles to
protect screen content against visual hacking. By default, this function is disabled. You can press F12 or Fn
+D to enable it. You will be prompted by the on-screen icon
Your ePrivacy screen can be automatically enabled in case that you are required to input passwords. By
default, this automatic function for passwords is disabled. You can enable it on the Vantage app.
The ePrivacy screen also can work with the preinstalled Glance app to better protect your privacy. For
details, go to
Set the privacy level
The privacy level of this function varies depending on the screen brightness level, the contrast ratio, and the
physical environment where you are using this function.
• Press
to increase the privacy level.
• Press
to decrease the privacy level.

Protect data against power loss (for selected models)

NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory express) M.2 solid-state drive features the Lenovo-unique PLP (Power Loss
Protection) function to avoid data loss or damage. If your computer is not responding and you might have to
shut down your computer by pressing and holding the power button for several seconds. In this case, the
PLP function enables your computer data to be saved timely. However, there is no guarantee that all data is
saved in any situation. To check the type of your M.2 solid-state drive:
1. Restart the computer. When the logo screen is displayed, press F10 to enter the Lenovo diagnostics
2. On the TOOLS tab, select SYSTEM INFORMATION ➙ STORAGE using the arrow keys.
3. Locate the Device Type section to check the information

UEFI BIOS passwords

You can set passwords in UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) to
strengthen the security of your computer.

Password types

You can set a power-on password, supervisor password, system management password, or NVMe
password in UEFI BIOS to prevent unauthorized access to your computer. However, you are not prompted to
enter any UEFI BIOS password when your computer resumes from sleep mode.
Power-on password
If you set a power-on password, a window is displayed on the screen when you turn on the computer. Enter
the correct password to use the computer.
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