In a High School environment and we want to somehow prevent the students from pressing "CTRL I" and changing the RAID settings which would potentially be catastrophic. Is there a way of either diabling the CTRL I from appearing or providing a password protection method to the interface?
Thanks for your help
You would probably have to ask the maker of the board to make a BIOS that you can update to and take out CTRL+I when the system is setup and running. Then if you needed CTRL+I again just flash the BIOS back again.