The HP ProLiant DL580 Gen8 Server is an enterprise-grade four-socket (4S) x86 server offering breakthrough performance, rock-solid reliability, and compelling consolidation and manageability efficiencies. It is the ideal choice for mission-critical enterprise, business intelligence, and database applications. Secure boot (Gen10 server hardware only) . Enabled, Disabled or Not managed.. Not managed means HPE OneView will not modify any existing or future secure boot configurations applied to the server hardware outside of HPE OneView. Secure Boot and the CPU embedded Trusted Platform Module (TFM), as well as proprietary on-chip solutions in the form of Intel’s Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) and Boot Guard. None of these have been designed to provide ongoing runtime protection however, whilst they validate firmware code only when the server is started. • Secure your data and remove critical information prior to server retirement • For iLO 5 stage the FW on the NAND : Security • OpenSSL • FIPS certification submitted • Secure data with industry-standard encryption protocols • Comply with security regulations : 1 ProLiant Gen8 servers will experience reduced Redfish functionality. -BootMode <String> Specify the Gen9 Boot Envrionment. Sets the boot mode as one of the following: * UEFI * UEFIOptimized * BIOS * Unmanaged If you select UEFI or UEFI optimized for an HP ProLiant DL Gen9 rack mount server, the remaining boot setting available is the PXE boot policy. Normally, in OneView 3.10, when the server firmware is updated from using the profile, the firmware update will temporarily enable "secure boot" to validate the signature of the SPP. It is expected that after this update finishes, the "secure boot" will be reset back to the original values.