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Sony VPCZ13M9E - VPCZ13M9E Mode d'emploi Anglais

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Using Your VAIO Computer

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the TPM n 88 N Using the TPM The Trusted Platform Module (TPM) may be embedded in your computer to provide basic security functions. In combination with the TPM, you can encrypt and decrypt your data to strengthen computer security against inappropriate access. Some features and options in this section may not be available on your computer. See the specifications to find out about the configuration of your computer. TPMs are defined by Trusted Computing Group (TCG) and also called security chips.

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the TPM n 89 N Important Notice Notes on encrypting the operating system or program files Encrypting files used by your operating system or any software application, using the Encrypting File System (EFS) with the TPM, will disable you to launch or operate such software. To avoid such problems, observe the following before using the EFS: ❑ Be sure to save data you want to encrypt to the following destinations: ❑ The Encrypted Data folder created with the default settings in the user initialization process ❑ A new encrypted folder created in the My Documents folder or the Documents folder on your account ❑ The Personal Secure Drive ✍ The Personal Secure Drive is a virtual drive that is created by using the Personal Secure Drive feature and automatically encrypts data that is saved to it. ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Do not change the following settings on the View tab in the Folder Options window displayed by clicking Folder and search options from Organize in the menu of Windows Explorer. ❑ Don't show hidden files, folders, or drives ❑ Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) Do not change the system attributes of the files, unless necessary. Do not encrypt the Windows folder, the Program Files folder, and all files in each folder. Do not encrypt the Users folder and all account folders in it.