doc Id=emr_na-c05192291&sp4ts.oid=8818661 Version: 6.41-7.41 Revision: A, pass: 1 Release Date: 2016-06-30 Last Updated: 2016-07-19 Applicable on: 2015 desktops, notebooks, and workstations More details about HP Drive Encryption, HP Protect Tools, TPM 1.2/2.0, Bit Locker and Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Windows 10 Version 1607) can be found in this thread: HP Drive Encryption and Windows 10 Anniversary Update The HP TPM Configuration Utility (when used with an appropriate TPM firmware BIN file) allows for: ● Upgrading from an older TPM 1.2 FW to a newer TPM 1.2 FW ● Upgrading from an older TPM 2.0 to a newer TPM 2.0 FW ● Converting from TPM 1.2 to TPM 2.0 ● Converting from TPM 2.0 to TPM 1.2 Warning!
To avoid a complete loss of data, the drive must be in a decrypted state before using the utility.
) - Can run advanced IO test with variable data size, block size, and data pattern - Automatically calculates and displays throughput on IO test run - Runs a fill tape test - Updates drive firmware - Gathers drive log files - Can eject/load a tape if seated in the drive mouth Installation Instructions: Note: The TDTool and JRE must be installed on the computer where the tape drive is installed. Download the TDTool for the appropriate operating system from here. Regular backup will typically be slower than this result as performance is restricted by disk-IO.
Testing Recommendations: * If you are testing a tape drive installed in your tape library, you must use the front panel to manually load a tape into the drive before testing. Begin by first updating the tape drive firmware to the latest.
The latest firmware for your tape drive can be downloaded from Run IO test to ensure the drive is able to write and read data.
We encourage you to keep all firmware up to date in order to benefit from the latest security and usability enhancements.
Updating firmware is a safe and simple procedure, but please click the button below for more information.