Computer Setup (F10) Utility menu descriptions (continued)
If the setup password is set, you must enter Computer Setup (F10) Utility to
change it, flash the ROM, and make changes to certain plug-and-play settings under
Enables you to set and enable the power-on password.
Lock Legacy Resources
Prevents the operating system from reassigning plug-and-play resources for serial, parallel, and
floppy legacy I/O devices.
Network Server Mode
Enable or disable Network Server Mode, which enables the workstation to boot the operating
system when the power-on password is enabled with or without a keyboard or mouse attached.
When attached to the system, the keyboard and mouse remain locked until the power-on password
Password Prompt on Warm Boot
Sets the Password Prompt on Warm Boot function. If disabled, the BIOS will only prompt for a
password after power-on
Enables you to disable cover removal sensor or to notify the user if the sensor has been activated.
If disabled, the BIOS will only prompt for a password after power-on.
Makes the following devices available or unavailable to the system:
All USB Ports
Front USB Ports
IDE Controller Security
SATA Controller Security
IEEE 1394 Controller
For each device, Device Available is the default setting and allows the operating system access
to the device. Device Hidden makes the device unavailable. It is disabled by the BIOS and cannot
be enabled by the OS.
Enables a Network Service Boot which boots using the NIC PXE option ROM. In this case, the
actual boot image resides on a remote server. When enabled, you can set the boot order of the
NIC PXE option ROM and you can force a network boot by pressing F12 during POST.
A 16–byte string identifying the system.
An 80–byte string identifying ownership of the system. This tag is displayed on the screen during
Computer Setup (F10) Utility