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Accessing Thin Client BIOS Settings
While starting a thin client, a Dell logo is displayed for a short period.
1. During the start-up, press the F2 key.
The BIOS Settings dialog box is displayed.
2. Change the BIOS Settings as given.
Boot Sequence (As appearing in the BIOS):
Diskette Drive
Internal HDD
USB Storage Device
CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive
Onboard NIC
BIOS Settings for E7270 platform:
a. Disable Secure Boot: Under Settings Secure Boot.
b. Set to Legacy : Under SettingsGeneral Boot SequenceBoot List Option.
c. Check Enable Legacy Option ROMs: Under Settings General Advanced Boot Options.
d. Set to RAID On: Under SettingsSystem Configuration SATA Operation.
e. Disable TPM and uncheck TPM On: Under SettingsSecurity TPM 1.2 Security.
BIOS Settings for 3460 platform:
a. Disable Secure Boot: Under Settings Secure Boot.
b. Set to Legacy : Under SettingsGeneral Boot SequenceBoot List Option.
c. Check Enable Legacy Option ROMs: Under Settings General Advanced Boot Options.
d. Set to RAID On: Under SettingsSystem Configuration SATA Operation.
e. Disable TPM and uncheck TPM On: Under SettingsSecurity TPM Security.
NOTE:
a. There is an option to restore BIOS defaults, Factory Defaults, and Custom user settings for
Users in BIOS menu. BIOS default setting restores the values that was part of BIOS file and,
Restoring Custom User setting restores to the default settings. Restoring Factory default
restores the BIOS setting to the values that was configured in factory before shipping the
client.
b. TPM Bit-locker functionality is supported for 3460 & E7270 devices with TPM v1.2 module.
Users should enable TPM in BIOS manually for TPM Bit-locker functionality.
TPM Bit-locker functionality is not supported for 3460 & E7270 devices with TPM v2.0
module.
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