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    Any idea on how to do it? I see a multitude of drivers on the Intel site.
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    Default Re: Enabling TPM Security Chip on Dell Latitude

    Quote Originally Posted by DELL WEBSITE
    How do I activate my Trusted Platform Module (TPM) security feature?


    Table of Contents
    1. Install the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 software and driver.
    2. Enable the TPM Security Feature in the System Setup
    3. Set up the TPM 1.2 software for use.

    1. Install the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 software and driver.

    To install the Embassy Trust Suite by Wave Systems software perform the following steps:

    NOTE: If a custom image has been loaded or the operating system has been reinstalled, the software needs to be downloaded from the Dell File Library.

    NOTE: The Embassy Trust Suite by Wave Systems software package contains drivers for the Trusted Platform Module and the TouchChip Fingerprint Coprocessor .

    1. Connect to the internet and browse to http://support.dell.com/
    2. On the Dell support webpage, enter the system service tag or select the product model.
    3. Select the Drivers and Downloads from the Select a Tool drop down menu.
    4. Click Go.
    5. Select the operating system.
    6. Click Find Downloads.
    7. Click the Chipset heading.
    8. Click the Broadcom Trusted Platform Module v1.2 device name.
    9. Click Download now.
    The file download window appears, click Save.
    10. Choose a location on your hard drive to save the file.
    11. Once download is complete, double-click on the file.
    The Chipset: Embassy Trust Suite by Wave Systems window appears.
    12. Click the Continue button.
    The message Select the folder where you want to unzip the files to appears.
    13. Click the OK button.
    A message appears asking if you want to create a folder.

    NOTE: If a message appears asking to overwrite the folder, click the Yes to All button.

    14. Click the Yes button.
    The message All files were successfully unzipped appears.
    15. Click the OK button.
    The Embassy Trust Suite by Wave Systems - InstallShield Wizard window appears.
    16. Click the Next button.
    The message InstallShield Wizard Complete appears.
    17. Click the Finish button.

    The Embassy Trust Suite by Wave Systems software is now installed.

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    2. Enable the TPM Security Feature in the System Setup

    To enable TPM security features in the System Setup (BIOS), perform the following steps:

    1. Reboot the system.
    2. When the message “Press to enter Setup” appears, press the key.
    The System Setup screen will display.
    3. Navigate to the Security group using the Down arrow key.
    4. Press the <+> key to expand the group.
    5. Verify that TPM Security is listed under Security.
    6. Navigate to the TPM Security section using the Down arrow key.
    7. Press the key.
    8. Press the Right Arrow key to change the setting to On.
    The TPM is now enabled.
    9. Press the key.
    10. Using the Down Arrow key, highlight Exit and press key.
    The system will reboot.


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    3. Set up the TPM 1.2 software for use.

    To establish an owner and set up the TPM software for use, perform the following steps:

    1. Double-click on the Embassy Security Center icon on the desktop.
    2. Accept the licensing agreement.
    3. Click on the Owner tab.
    4. Click Establish and create an owner password.

    NOTE: The password must be at least 8 characters.

    5. Click the User tab.
    6. Click Initialize and create a user password.

    NOTE: The user password and authentication settings can be established on this tab as well.

    7. Click the Secure Login screen to enable a secure windows login prompt and select authentication settings.
    8. Click Apply.
    9. Click OK to restart the computer


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    I guess sometimes you need to look for the answer yourself.

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