Power-on password Адаптер thinkserver Lenovo Rack Server - RS110 (ThinkServer) - Type 6436

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troubleshooting

 

an

 

error,

 

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the

 

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II

 

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factory

 

settings.

 

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Setup

 

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this

 

choice

 

to

 

exit

 

from

 

the

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

program.

 

If

 

you

 

have

 

not

 

saved

 

the

 

changes

 

that

 

you

 

have

 

made

 

in

 

the

 

settings,

 

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asked

 

whether

 

you

 

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changes

 

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saving

 

them.

Passwords

 

From

 

the

 

System

 

Security

 

choice,

 

you

 

can

 

set,

 

change,

 

and

 

delete

 

a

 

power-on

 

password

 

and

 

an

 

administrator

 

password.

 

The

 

System

 

Security

 

choice

 

is

 

on

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu

 

only.

 

If

 

you

 

set

 

only

 

a

 

power-on

 

password,

 

you

 

must

 

type

 

the

 

power-on

 

password

 

to

 

complete

 

the

 

system

 

startup;

 

you

 

have

 

access

 

to

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu.

 

An

 

administrator

 

password

 

is

 

intended

 

to

 

be

 

used

 

by

 

a

 

system

 

administrator;

 

it

 

limits

 

access

 

to

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu.

 

If

 

you

 

set

 

only

 

an

 

administrator

 

password,

 

you

 

do

 

not

 

have

 

to

 

type

 

a

 

password

 

to

 

complete

 

the

 

system

 

startup,

 

but

 

you

 

must

 

type

 

the

 

administrator

 

password

 

to

 

access

 

the

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu.

 

If

 

you

 

set

 

a

 

power-on

 

password

 

for

 

a

 

user

 

and

 

an

 

administrator

 

password

 

for

 

a

 

system

 

administrator,

 

you

 

can

 

type

 

either

 

password

 

to

 

complete

 

the

 

system

 

startup.

 

A

 

system

 

administrator

 

who

 

types

 

the

 

administrator

 

password

 

has

 

access

 

to

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu;

 

the

 

system

 

administrator

 

can

 

give

 

the

 

user

 

authority

 

to

 

set,

 

change,

 

and

 

delete

 

the

 

power-on

 

password.

 

A

 

user

 

who

 

types

 

the

 

power-on

 

password

 

has

 

access

 

to

 

only

 

the

 

limited

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu;

 

the

 

user

 

can

 

set,

 

change,

 

and

 

delete

 

the

 

power-on

 

password,

 

if

 

the

 

system

 

administrator

 

has

 

given

 

the

 

user

 

that

 

authority.

 

Power-on

 

password

 

If

 

a

 

power-on

 

password

 

is

 

set,

 

when

 

you

 

turn

 

on

 

the

 

server,

 

the

 

system

 

startup

 

will

 

not

 

be

 

completed

 

until

 

you

 

type

 

the

 

power-on

 

password.

 

You

 

can

 

use

 

any

 

combination

 

of

 

up

 

to

 

seven

 

characters

 

(A

 

-

 

Z,

 

a

 

-

 

z,

 

and

 

0

 

-

 

9)

 

for

 

the

 

password.

 

If

 

a

 

power-on

 

password

 

is

 

set,

 

you

 

can

 

enable

 

the

 

Unattended

 

Start

 

mode,

 

in

 

which

 

the

 

keyboard

 

and

 

mouse

 

remain

 

locked

 

but

 

the

 

operating

 

system

 

can

 

start.

 

You

 

can

 

unlock

 

the

 

keyboard

 

and

 

mouse

 

by

 

typing

 

the

 

power-on

 

password.

 

 

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ThinkServer

 

RS110

 

Types

 

6435,

 

6436,

 

6437

 

and

 

6438:

 

User

 

Guide