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Asus KFN32-D SLI/SAS

Asus KFN32-D SLI/SAS

Postby kurthofman » Sat Dec 23, 2006 11:34 am

Hello,
I have a KFN32-D SLI/SAS with 2x Opteron 2212 and I have a few questions :
1. Is there a TPM-module for this board (there is a TPM-entry in the BIOS) ? Haw can I activate it ?
2. Wich is the right ZCR-Controller for this board ?

Thx,
KH
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Re: Asus KFN32-D SLI/SAS

Postby The_Ghost » Sat Dec 23, 2006 7:44 pm

tpm module is built into the motherboard

Solid Security Management for Protected Computing

ASUS protected computing starts with fingerprint authentication that grants strict access only to the designated owner. With one swipe, t he electronic imaging mechanism reads the fingerprint pattern from the live layer of skin , bypassing any common skin surface conditions that can impair the accuracy of the reading.

With ASUS Security Protect Manager, users can choose to setup multi-factor authentication requirements for data access of different security level. Both passwords and fingerprints can be used as the method of verification. Passwords are encrypted and stored in the hardware-based Trusted Platform Module (TPM) ensuring end-to-end security and avoid attacks by hackers looking to capture passwords and encryption keys for sensitive data.
http://www.asus.com/news_show.aspx?id=3992

i believe that it is used mainly with servers
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Re: Asus KFN32-D SLI/SAS

Postby Mechanix » Sat Dec 23, 2006 8:53 pm

I'm no expert, but shouldn't any PCI-X (not to be confused with PCI-Express) ZCR controller work?
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