Interactive BIOS Simulator HP ZBook 15 G5

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Interactive BIOS simulatorHP ZBook 15 G5Welcome to the interactive BIOS simulator for theHP ZBook 15 G5Here’s how to use it BIOS Utility Menus: (Click the link to navigate to the individual menus)On this page you will find thumbnail images of each of the product’s BIOS utility menus. To view a specific menu in greater detail, simply click thatthumbnail. Just as in the live BIOS, on each menu, you can select the tab of each of the other utility menus to navigate directly to that menu.Menu options:While the menu options cannot be toggled, many of them offer item specific information about that option. To view this information, use thecursor to rollover the option and the information will present in a pane on the right of the BIOS screen.That’s it!On every page there is a link that brings you back to either this Welcome page or the BIOS Utility Menus page enabling you to navigate towhatever BIOS option you wish to review.

BIOS Utility MenusBack to Welcome PageMainSecurityAdvancedUEFI Drivers

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup System Information System Diagnostic Update System BIOSItem Specific Help Change Date and Time Set Machine Unique Data System IDs Replicated SetupSave Customer DefaultsApply Custom Defaults and ExitApply Factory Defaults and ExitIgnore Changes and ExitSave Changes and ExitSupress Post ErrorsHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup BASIC SYSTEM INFORMATIONItem Specific Help Show Advanced System InformationProduct NameProcessor 1Memory SizeSystem BIOSHP ZBook 15 G5Intel(R) Xeon(R) E-2176M CPU @ 2.60GHz32768 MBQ70 Ver. 80.35.01 03/01/2018SERVICE ---------------------------------------------Born On DateSerial NumberSKU NumberUniversally Unique Identifier -7480-0E07-58C381E30785Asset Tracking Number5CD8099MKJHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific Help Show Basic System InformationProduct NameMemory SizeHP ZBook 15 G532768 MBPROCESSOR 1 ssorTypeIntel(R) Xeon(R) E-2176M CPU @ 2.60GHzCache Size (L1/L2/L3)384 KB / 1536KB / 9 MBProcessor Speed2600 MHzMicroCode Revision84Processor Stepping AMemory Speed2400 MHzTop-Slot 1(left)8 GB SamsungTop-Slot 2(right)8 GB SamsungBottom-Slot 1(left)8 GB SamsungBottom-Slot 2(right)8 GB SamsungNext Help

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific Help Show Basic System InformationFIRMWARE ystem BIOSME Firmware VersionME Firmware ModeVideo BIOS VersionReference Code RevisionEmbedded Controller Firmware VersionUSB Type-C Controller(s) Firmware Version:Q70 Ver. 80.35.01 03/01/201812.0.0.1052EnabledAMD BR01198.0017.0.1C.5815.1A.15CCG5 : 6.12.0 PreviousNext Help

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific Help Show Basic System InformationSERVICE -----------------------------------Born On Date06/04/2018Serial Number5CD8099MKJSKU NumberXW2SKU1#ABAUniversally Unique Identifier A986Asset Tracking Number0009280052Feature gdhK.F4Build ID18WWWAVA6av#SABA#DABAProduct Family103C 5336AN HP ZBook 15System Board ID842ASystem Board CT NumberPXW2WAH8JAG03JPrimary Battery Serial Number00648 2018/02/23 PreviousNext Help

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific Help Show Basic System InformationCOMMUNICATION -----------------------------Integrated MAC Address 180-CE-62-44-8D-FA PreviousHelpHelp

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HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFIVersion 6.6.1.0For more information and updates, please visit www.hp.com/go/techcenter/PCDiags.System InformationSystem TestsComponent TestTest LogsLanguagesExit

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Main SecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer SetupUpdate System BIOSItem Specific HelpCurrent System BIOS Version:Current BIOS Release Date:Installation Date of Current BIOS:Most Recent Update Check:1. Check HP.com for BIOS UpdatesChecks for the latest BIOS release revisionon the network, and lets the user decidewhether to download the BIOS image andupdate System.Q70 Ver. 80.35.0103/01/201803/06/2018Never ---------------------------------------------a Check HP.com for BIOS Updates 12. Lock BIOS VersionIf not selected, then BIOS updates are allowed, if selected then updates to BIOS arenot allowed.3. Click on the field to see the options.Lock BIOS Version4. Allow BIOS Updates Using a NetworkEnable/Disable automatic BIOS updatesthrough the network in a scheduled basis.2BIOS Rollback PolicyUnrestricted Rollback to older BIOS Minimum BIOS versionAllow BIOS Updates Using a Network 435. BIOS Update PreferencesSets the configurations to perform BIOS updates through the network.Restricted Rollback to older BIOS BIOS Update Preferences5 Network Configuration Settings6. Network Configuration SettingsConfigure network settings to be used fordownload and upload.6 Update System and Supported Device Firmware Using Local MediaHelpHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpNetwork Configuration Settings1. Proxy ServerEnable/Disable the use of a proxy server.Proxy Server 1 Edit Proxy Server Test Network Connection 2IPv4 Configuration IPv4 Address IPv4 Subnet Mask IPv4 GatewayAutomaticDNS ConfigurationAutomatic DNS AddressesData transfer timeoutForce HTTP no-cache 62. Edit Proxy ServerSpecify the Proxy Server Address and thePort Number through the common-use server : port notation.33. Test Network ConnectionCheck the network connection using currentBIOS update configuration.Click on the field to see the options.Manual4. IPv4 ConfigurationSetup for static IPv4 address.Click on the field to see the options.4Manual100 55. DNS ConfigurationConfigure a list of DNS addresses.6. Force HTTP no-cacheDisable HTTP caching.Help

Network BIOS Update MS Windows Bitlocker Drive Encryption (BDE) may be enabled on your system.HP requires that BDE be suspended temporarily before the BIOS is flashed andthat you obtain your BDE recovery password or recovery PIN before suspending BDE.After the BIOS is updated, BDE can be resumed.ContinueContinueCancelHelp

Test Network Connection Failed An error has occurred with your network connection. Please see the error message below.IPv4 Configuration: AutomaticIPv4 Address:IPv4 Subnet Mask:IPv4 Gateway:DNS Configuration: AutomaticPrimary DNS:Secondary DNS:MAC Address:Current Proxy:Current Customer Source URL: HP.comError: Could not detect network link or network cable is unplugged.OKHelp

Network BIOS UpdateEscCould not detect network link or network cable is unpluggedOK30Help

Minimum BIOS Version Current Minimum BIOS Version 00.00.00Minimum BIOS VersionHelp

System BIOS Update The system could not find one of the BIOS Update binary files. Please makesure the correct BIN file is located on the system hard drive or onremoveble USB Key under the “HP\BIOS\New” folder orunder the “EFI\HP\BIOS\New” folder.It must also be placed under the “HP\BIOS\Previous” folderor under the “EFI\HP\BIOS\Previous” folder.TryAgainContinueCancelHelp

Main SecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer SetupBIOS Update PreferencesItem Specific HelpCheck for Update on Next RebootBIOS Source Edit Custom URL 31. Check for Update on Next RebootEnable/Disable an automatic BIOS check onnext reboot.1HP.com2. BIOS SourceChoose one of the available options.Click on the field to see the options.2Custom URL3. Edit Custom URLSpecify a custom BIOS update addressAutomatic BIOS Update SettingCheck for BIOS updates automatically but let me decide whether to install them4BIOS Update FrequencyDailyDownloadDonot updateand install importantnormal onthlyWeeklyHelp4. Automatic BIOS Update SettingChoose one of the available options.Click on the field to see the options.5. BIOS Update FrequencyChoose one of the available options.

Configure Update Source There is no custome URL ConfiguredBIOS Update source can be changed to a CUSTOM URL instead of HP.com.This is only recommended for systems in a managed IT /pathhttp://192.168.0.1/pathPress ESC to CANCELType the CUSTOM URL for BIOS update checks via network and Press ENTER to SAVE.Help

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpChange Date And TimeSet Date (MM/DD/YYYY)Set Time (HH:MM):06 / 04 / 201829 : 53HelpHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpFeature ByteBuild IDSerial NumberSKU NumberProduct FamilySystem Board CT NumberProduct NameHelpHelp

Feature ByteCurrent Setting: .F4Help

Build IDCurrent Setting: 18WWWAVA6av#SABA#DABAPress the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

Serial NumberCurrent Setting: 5CD8099MKJPress the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

SKU NumberCurrent Setting: XW2SKU1#ABAPress the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

Product FamilyCurrent Setting: 103C 5336AN HP ZBook 15Press the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

System Board CT NumberCurrent Setting: PXW2WAH8JAG03JPress the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

Product NameCurrent Setting: HP ZBook 15 G5Press the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpSystem IDs Asset Tracking Number Ownership TagHelpHelp

Asset Tracking NumberCurrent Setting: 5CD8099LWGPress the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

Ownership TagCurrent Setting:Press the space key followed by the enter key to clear current settingHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpReplicated Setup Backup current settings to USB device Restore current settings from USB deviceHelpHelp

Replicated Setup The file cannot be accessed. Please insert a USB storage device and try againOKHelp

Replicated Setup The file cannot be accessed. Please insert a USB storage device and try againOKHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpAre you sure you want to save your current settings as custom defaults YES NOHelpHelp

MainAdvancedSecurityUEFI DriversHP Computer SetupAdministrator Tools Create BIOS Administrator Password Create POST Power-On Password Password PoliciesFinger print Reset on RebootItem Specific Help11. Create BIOS Administrator PasswordThe Administrator password controls accessto the following features: Setup Menu (F10) 3rd Party Option ROM Management (F3) Update System ROM WMI Commands that change systemsettings BIOS Configuration Utility (BCU) Alternative Power-On PasswordSecurity Configuration TPM Embedded Security BIOS Sure Start Secure Platform Management (SPM)2. Physical Presence InterfaceWhen this feature is set to “Enable”, thenthe user is notified on system power upwhen changes are made to system securitypolicy, and the user must manually agreeto those changes before the change is confirmedPhysical Presence Interface2Trusted Execution Technology (TXT)Intel Software Guard Extension (SGX)Sofware controlUtilitiesEnableDisable33. Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX)Enable/Disable Software Guard Extensions(SGX) Hard Drive UtilitiesAbsolute Persistence Module Current StateActivation Status : InactiveAbsolute Persistence Module Permanent Disable : NoSystem Management Command Restore Security Settings to Factory DefaultsHelp

BIOS Administrator Password Enter BIOS Administrator PasswordHelp

POST Power-On Password Enter POST Power-On PasswordHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpPassword PoliciesAt least one symbol is required in Administrator and User passwordAt least one number is required in Administrator and User passwordAt least one upper case character is required in Administrator and User passwordAt least one lower case character is required in Administrator and User passwordAre spaces allowed in Administrator and User password?Prompt Admin password on F9 (Boot Menu)Prompt Admin password on F11 (System Recovery)Prompt Admin password on F12 (Netword Boot)Prompt Admin password on Capsule UpdateHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpTPM Embedded SecurityTPM Specification VersionTPM DeviceTPM State22.0AvailableClear TPMHiddenNoTPM Activation PolicyAllow user to rejectOn Next Boot1. TPM DeviceExposes the integrated Trusted PlatformModule (TPM) for use.Click on the field to see the options.1TPM StateEnables the integrated Trusted PlatformModule (TPM).F1 toNopromptsBootHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpBIOS Sure Start1. Sure Start BIOS Settings ProtectionWhen enabled, HP Sure Start will lock all critical BIOS settings and provideenhanced protection for these settings via the HP Sure Start non-volatile (flash)memoryVerify Boot Block on every bootBIOS Data Recovery PolicyAutomaticDynamic Runtime Scanning of Boot BlockManualSure Start BIOS Settings Protection1Sure Start Secure Boot Keys ProtectionEnhanced HP Firmware Runtime Intrusion Prevention and Detection 2Sure Start Security Even PolicyLog Event OnlySure Start Security Event Boot NotificationTime out after 15 secondsLog Event and powernotify useroff system- The BIOS administrator credentials must be set to enable this setting- See HP Sure Start documentation fordetails on which BIOS settings areprotected3Require Acknowledgment2. Enhanced HP Firmware Runtime Intrusion Prevention and Detection- Enables monitoring of HP system firmware executing out of main memory while theuser Operating System is running.- Any anomalies detected in HP System firmware that is active while the user operating system is running will result in a Sure Start Security Event being generated.Click on the field to see the options.3. Sure Start Security Event PolicyThis setting controls HP Sure Start behavior upon identifying a critical security event(any modification to HP firmware) during OS runtime.- Log event only - HP Sure Start will log all critical security events m the HP Sure StartAudit log within the HP Sure Start non-volatile (flash) memory- Log Event and notify user: In addition to logging all critical security events. HP SureStart will notify the user within thr operating system that a critical event has occurred- Log Event and power off system: In addition to logging all critical events. HP SureStart will power off the system upon detecting a HP Sure Start Security Event. Dueto the potential for data loss, use of this setting is only recommended in situationswhere security integrity of the system is a higher priority than the risk of potentialdata lossHelp

WARNINGEscWarning! Manual recovery is intended only for situations where forensic analysis is desired beforeHP SureStart recovery. When this policy is configured to manual, HP SureStart will not correct anyissues that are found until the Manual recovery key sequence is input by the local user. This canresult in a system that is unable to boot until after inputting the manual recovery key sequence.AcceptCancelHelp

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpSecure Platform Management (SPM)1. Create BIOS Administrator PasswordThe Administrator password controls accessto the following features: Setup Menu (F10) 3rd Party Option ROM Management (F3) Update System ROM WMI Commands that change systemsettings BIOS Configuration Utility (BCU) Alternative Power-On PasswordHP Sure Run Current State: Inactive Deactivate HP Sure RunSMP Current State: Not Provisioned Unprovisioned SPM2. Physical Presence InterfaceWhen this feature is set to “Enable”, thenthe user is notified on system power upwhen changes are made to system securitypolicy, and the user must manually agreeto those changes before the change is confirmed3. Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX)Enable/Disable Software Guard Extensions(SGX)Help

MainAdvancedSecurityUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpHard Drive Utilities1. Save/Restore GPT of System Hard DriveEnabling this feature will save the GUID Partition table (GPT) of the system Hard Drive.If the GPT is subsequently changed the userwill he prompted to choose whether to restore GPT.Save/Restore MBR of the system hard drive is only available with drives that have a Master Boot Record.Save/Restore GPT of System Hard DriveBoot Sector (MBR/GPT) Recovery Policy DriveLock/Automatic DriveLock Secure Erase1Local user controlRecover in event of corruptionAllow OPAL Hard Drive SID AuthenticationHelpHelp

MainAdvancedSecurityUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpSelect a DriveSATA1: ST2000LM007-1R81741. SATA: ST2000LM007-1R8174Set HDD Password1Help

MainSecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer Setup Item Specific HelpSelect a DriveSATA1: ST2000LM007-1RF8174 (Drive is Locked) M.2: KXG50ZNV256G TOSHIBA-Y7AS10EXTP4T M.2: KXG50ZNV256G TOSHIBA-Y7AS10EXTP4THelp

Secure Erase This operation will erase all dataon the hard drive. Please makesure the computer is connectedto AC power during this process.ContinueAbortContinueHelp

Main SecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer SetupDriveLock Security OptionsItem Specific Help1. Automatic DriveLockIn Automatic DriveLock, your BIOS Administrator password is the DriveLock Masterpassword, and the BIOS generates the DriveLock User Password. If you enable AutomaticDriveLock on a drive, you will need to useyour BIOS Administrator password to unlockthe drive if it is placed in another system.2. Set DriveLock Master PasswordSets the drive’s Master password, but it doesnot enable DriveLock.3. Enable DriveLockSets the drive’s User password and enablsDriveLock.Automatic DriveLock 1 Set DriveLock Master Password 2 Enable DriveLock 3HelpHelp

Main SecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer SetupDriveLock Security OptionsItem Specific Help1. Automatic DriveLockIn Automatic DriveLock, your BIOS Administrator password is the DriveLock Masterpassword, and the BIOS generates the DriveLock User Password. If you enable AutomaticDriveLock on a drive, you will need to useyour BIOS Administrator password to unlockthe drive if it is placed in another system.2. Set DriveLock Master PasswordSets the drive’s Master password, but it doesnot enable DriveLock.3. Enable DriveLockSets the drive’s User password and enablsDriveLock.Automatic DriveLock 1 Set DriveLock Master Password 2 Enable DriveLock 3The DriveLock Master and User passwords cannot be changed if you enable Automatic DriveLockor it was already enabledHelpHelp

Main SecurityAdvancedUEFI DriversHP Computer SetupDriveLock Security OptionsItem Specific Help1. Automatic DriveLockIn Automatic DriveLock, your BIOS Administrator password is the DriveLock Masterpassword, and the BIOS generates the DriveLock User Password. If you enable AutomaticDriveLock on a drive, you will need to useyour BIOS Administrator password to unlockthe drive if it is placed in another system.2. Set DriveLock Master PasswordSets the drive’s Master password, but it doesnot enable DriveLock.3. Enable DriveLockSets

Checks for the latest BIOS release revision on the network, and lets the user decide whether to download the BIOS image and update System. 2. Lock BIOS Version If not selected, then BIOS updates are al-lowed, if selected then updates to BIOS are not allowed. 3. Click on the field to see the options. 4. Allow BIOS Updates Using a Network

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