Chapter 4 System management
Computer Setup (F10) Utility menu descriptions (continued)
Makes the following devices available or hidden to the workstation:
For each device, Device Available is the default setting, which lets the operating
system access the device. Device Hidden makes the device unavailable; it is
disabled by the BIOS and cannot be enabled by the operating system.
workstation has a DriveLock-compatible hard disk drive.
This option becomes available if Embedded Device is set to Available.
Embedded Security Device (Hidden or Available) turns the Trusted Platform
Mechanism (TPM) on and off. Device Hidden is the default. If this option is made
available, the following options become available:
To enable the Embedded Security Device and to access any security features
associated with the device, you must enter a setup password.
Setting a device to Available enables the operating system to access the device.
Hidden makes the device unavailable. It is disabled by the BIOS and cannot be
enabled by the operating system.
Enables or disables the ability to boot to the network using the
Front USB Ports
Rear USB Ports
Internal USB Ports
IEEE 1394 Controller (Not available on some models.)
Ethernet Controller (ASF) (Not available on some models.)
SAS Controller (Not available on some models)
Embedded Security Device
An entry for enabling DriveLock appears in the setup menu if the
Power-On Authentication Support—Enables and disables an authentication
feature that requires you to enter a TPM user key password to start the
workstation. This feature uses the TPM to generate and store the
Reset Authentication Credential—Resets the authentication functionality and
clears authentication credentials.
key or the