After storing all data, move the cursor arrow to the ZEROIZE HP111 box of the PAM
menu and press <f1> or <RETURN>. The screen displays:
Loading ZEROIZE HP111.
The process takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.
SECURING THE BGU
Upon initial receipt, the BGU is unclassified. After loading the BECS SECRET
software, the BGU is classified SECRET and both hardware and software shall be
protected in accordance with NACSI No.
4005. Upon completion of the BECS
zeroization process, the BGU shall be controlled as an unclassified highly
valued item in accordance with Service Regulations. In the event that the
zeroization process is not initiated, interrupted or otherwise not completed,
the BGU must be secured as SECRET CRYPTO material.
To prevent an unauthorized user from having access to the BGU, invoke the
SECURE feature of the HP computer.
See Secure Feature, page 2-18 for more
details on the SECURE feature.
TRANSPORTING THE BGU
To transport the BGU, use the protective transport cases provided. The
protective transit diskette must be inserted in the disk drive during BGU
movement to prevent damage.
To ensure the maximum possible charge retention during transit and storage,
the battery is disconnected.
To disconnect the battery, execute the following
instructions to connect the battery:
Remove the battery cover from the back of the computer (see Figure
Remove the battery connector by pulling on the flexible tab
protruding from the battery compartment.
Install the connector in the OFF position - on the rightmost two
Replace the battery cover on the back of the computer.
The battery in the lap top discharge approximately one percent (l%) per day
when the unit is not use.
Hewlett Packard recommends the battery not be
discharged below the forty percent (40%) level.
This translates to 60 days of