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CloudEC V600R019C00 Security Maintenance (Enterprise On-premises, Only Conference)

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Destroying User Data Safely

Destroying User Data Safely

User data that is stored on devices must be destroyed when the devices are repaired or discarded.


User data includes address book information, user account information, and emails. When repairing devices, delete personal user data as required. If devices are to be discarded, format the CF cards to ensure that user data is destroyed safely.


  1. Log in to the RSE6500 web interface.

    The user name is administrator, and the default password is Change_Me.

  2. Choose System > System Settings > Basic Settings.

    On the RAID tab page, set RAID to Disabled.

  3. Use the PuTTY to log in to the RSE6500 through the serial port, as shown in Figure 6-23.

    The user name is administrator, and the default password is Change_Me.

    Figure 6-23 Putty

  4. Run the following commands to turn on the serial port switch and restart the RSE6500:

    dbg cpu 1

    equiptest bios set-serial-rcv 2 on



    When the following information is displayed, enter y:

    are you sure to reboot the board?(y/n)

  5. During the startup, press ESC when the following information is displayed. The BIOS screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-24. Press Ctrl+i to access the screen shown in Figure Figure 6-25. On the screen, select 3. Reset Disks to Non_RAID.

    Figure 6-24 BIOS screen

    Figure 6-25 RAID menu

  6. Press Enter. The screen shown in Figure 1-4 is displayed. Reset hard disk 1 and hard disk 2.

    Figure 6-26 Resetting hard disk data

Updated: 2019-08-07

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