4.) BIOS Lock needs a supervisor/user password to access BIOS setup. BIOS settings can be configured to prompt for password at every first bootup or all bootup sequences. Access to BIOS setup is needed to configure Hard Disk Lock. Hard Disk Lock requires an access key to retrieve data on the hard disk. This is a Data
Confidentiality security feature. Anti-theft Lock Slot allows the use of a lock to physically secure the LifeBook. Smartcard slot usage is dependent on customer's solution. Fingerprint sensor uses AuthenTec TruePrint™ Technology and Softex OmniPass to remember customer list of user IDs and passwords. Full security unlock
sequence - Bootup Lock (BIOS Lock), Hard Disk Lock, Fingerprint Windows Logon.
NOTE: Loss of password requires the LifeBook to be returned to Japan factory for system refresh.
Cost of shipment and lost data will be borne by the customer. Backup your user's profile before changing HDD. Without the user's profile associated with a document at the point of encryption, Softex OmniPass cannot decrypt
the encrypted document. 2 passwords refers to Master Password and User Password of the HDD Lock. The Master Password can be used to clear the User Password at the BIOS settings under Hard Disk Security. If HDD Lock prompt is enabled, only the User Password can be used to boot up the unit. Loss of these 2
passwords means the HDD content cannot be retrieved.
It is the customer's responsibility to ensure the safe keeping of these 2 passwords for retrieval of data from the locked HDD.