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Enabling DriveLock
To enable and set the DriveLock user password:
1.
Power on or restart the workstation.
2.
As soon as the workstation is powered on, press and hold
(F10) Utility. Press
If you do not press
and hold
If you are using a PS2 keyboard, you might see a keyboard error message. Disregard it.
3.
Select Security>DriveLock Security.
4.
For each DriveLock-capable drive, select a drive by pressing
5.
Under Enable/Disable DriveLock options, select Enable, and then press
for a specific drive.
CAUTION:
6.
Enter a new user password, and then press
characters long.
7.
Enter the password again in the Enter New Password Again field. If you forget this password, the
drive is rendered permanently disabled.
8.
Select File>Save Changes and Exit, and then press F10. After you press F10, the workstation
performs a cold start before invoking the DriveLock function.
You can also use this process to set the DriveLock master password by selecting Master in Step
5.
When the workstation starts, you are prompted to enter the DriveLock password for each
DriveLock-capable drive for which you have set a password. You have two attempts to enter the
password correctly. If the password is not entered correctly, the workstation attempts to start
anyway. However, the boot process most likely fails because data from a locked drive cannot be
accessed.
In a single drive workstation, if the drive has DriveLock enabled, the workstation might not be able
to boot to the operating system, and might try to boot from the network or from another storage
device (depending on the boot ordering options). Regardless of the outcome of the start attempts,
the drive-locked drive remains inaccessible without the DriveLock password.
In a two-drive workstation that has a boot drive and a data drive, you can apply the DriveLock
feature to the data drive only. In this case, the workstation can always start, but the data drive is
accessible only when the DriveLock password is entered.
Cold starts require that you enter DriveLock passwords. However, DriveLock passwords are also
required for warm starts. For example, if you boot to DOS and press Ctrl+Alt+Del, you must enter
the DriveLock password before the workstation completes the next start cycle. This warm-start
behavior is consistent with the DriveLock feature.
ENWW
Enter
to bypass the title screen, if necessary.
F10
at the appropriate time, you must restart the workstation, and then press
F10
again to access the utility.
Forgetting the DriveLock password renders the drive unusable.
F10
until you enter the Computer Setup
F10
to accept.
F10
to accept. This password may be 1 to 32
F10
to enable DriveLock
Workstation management
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