But I've noticed that I want to change one of the settings I had previously locked, and I'm not seeing a great way to modify them: I've had a support call with my VAR, and I suspect that an SPR might be created for it in the Knowledge Base.
Does anyone notice this type of behavior if they use 2018 SP0(.1) or later?
(Figure 1) Figure 1: BIOS Loading Screen Or by pressing F12 and selecting BIOS Setup from the menu.
(Figure 2) Figure 2: One Time Boot Menu Caution: Be careful when altering BIOS settings.
After registering with Insightly, you'll use your email address as your user ID for signing in.
If your email address changes, your Insightly administrator can update the address/user ID for Insightly from the System Settings When you're the only person on your account, you're also the only account owner and administrator.
I used .sldsettings for the first time as part of an upgrade to 2017 SP5 for my users.
Loading the .sldsettings as part of the admin image was no issue at all, and as far as I can tell it worked like a charm (no periods in our usernames, so happy times for us).
Hoping to piggy-back off of a previous discussion on this topic originated by Ken Maren.
You will then be prompted to enter the recovery key to progress and the system will ask for this on each reboot.
If the recovery key is not known this can result in data loss or an unnecessary operating system re-install.
This is called BIOS dependency; when a intermediate update is required before installing the latest version.
This information is usually found in the "Important Information" section.