, Enhanced Storage devices are devices that support the IEEE 1667 protocol to provide functions such as authentication at the hardware level of the storage device. These devices can be very small, such as USB flash drives, to provide a convenient way to store and carry data. At the same time, the small size makes it very easy for the device to be lost, stolen, or misplaced.
When you purchase a device that is marked as being an Enhanced Storage Device, you are presented with a password configuration wizard when you connect the device to your computer. The password configuration wizard allows you to perform the following tasks:
1. Set a password on the device: You can add two passwords to the storage device, one for access and the other for recovery.
2. Set the maximum number of attempts allowed to enter the password: Upon entering your password incorrectly, you will receive prompts telling you how many attempts you have remaining.
3. Reset the device to the manufacturing state: Once the maximum number of password entry attempts has been tried, the only option you have is to reset the device to the manufacturing state. This step will cause you to lose your data.
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