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System Settings (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)

4/23/2012

You can change the default system settings for your run-time image. These settings include computer name, workgroup membership, pagefile support, and power management.

If these values are left blank, during the FBA process a unique computer name will be assigned to the device, and additional default values will be used for your system settings.

The following list shows the System Identification values that are configured in one of the following Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) components. These values depend on the base hardware of your device:

  • ACPI Multiprocessor PC
  • ACPI Uniprocessor PC
  • Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) PC
  • Compaq SystemPro Multiprocessor or 100% Compatible
  • MPS Multiprocessor PC
  • MPS Uniprocessor PC
  • Standard PC

Within each of these components you can change the system identification, pagefile settings, or power management settings.

Configuring the System Identification of a Run-Time Image

Describes how to change the computer name and workgroup for your run-time image.

Configuring the System Pagefile of a Run-Time Image

Describes how to configure pagefile support for your run-time image.

Configuring the Power Management Settings of a Run-Time Image

Describes how to configure the power management settings for your run-time image.

Configuring the Data Execution Prevention Settings of a Run-Time Image

Describes how to configure the data execution prevention settings for your run-time image.

Design a Run-Time Image

Describes the design phase of the development process. During this phase you can choose the components and resources that are required for your run-time image.

Network Configuration

Describes how to configure networking on your run-time image.

Power Management Configuration

Describes the different power management schemes you can use with your run-time image.

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