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QSECURITY defines what security level the system will operate.

There are 4 possible values:

Level Description
10 Physical security only (no longer supported)
20 Password security only
30 Password and object security
40 Password, object, and operating system integrity
50 Password, object, and enhanced operating system integrity

New systems are shipped with security level <todo: fill this in>.

Some third party software packages, especially those that need to access secured API's, might have problems or run less efficiently at security level 50.

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