System Board Replacement for Boards that
Support TPM – Safeguarding Encrypted Data
On blades using operating systems that support the Trusted Platform Module
(TPM) feature, you can use encryption applications to secure the contents of
the hard drive(s).
If you do use an encryption application, you are prompted to create a recovery
key during system setup. Be sure to store this recovery key. If you replace the
blade system board, you must supply the recovery key when you restart your
system before you can access the encrypted files on your hard drive(s).
Running System Diagnostics
The following note has been added to your Hardware Owner’s Manual.
NOTE: Do not change the system configuration while running system diagnostics
on a blade because this could interfere with the test and result in false errors.
System Power Specifications
Table 1 updates the power specifications listed in your Getting Started Guide
and Product Information Guide.
Table 1. Power Specifications
Type B Connection PDU 200-240VAC, 30A, 3-Phase,
200-240VAC, 45A, Single Phase,
System - Model BMX01
(Dell PowerEdge M1000e)
200-240VAC, 30A, 50/60Hz
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