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I use Linux distros (including Ubuntu) and I don't think its installation can control or setup Preboot authentication password like the one you showed above. It looks like enabled by HP BIOS or some HP software. Did you by any change set it up before Linux ?
In order to assist you or to direct you to the best solution I am trying to understand in details what you did and how you did it. I am trying to understand if you enabled this from a software (and how you did it exactly) OR if this is some bug (error) in the HP BIOS settings.
The only negative I've heard with Ubiquiti was that getting in touch with support could be difficult because they do not offer phone support (I have not confirmed this). To test this out, I opened up the live chat in the controller software just to try it out. The feature is in beta, so I wasn't sure what kind of results I would get. Ubiquiti support joined in the chat within 30 seconds.
For APs, it's different because most of the time, if it worked with the firmware that was on it when you deployed, it most likely will continue working until the hardware fails. I keep software under maintenance. I keep my firewalls under maintenance, hence I have no issue paying a yearly fee for my Meraki MX64 and Z1. Access points, not so much. I consider those much like printers.
We were originally looking at Meraki a few years ago because we are a small shop and need a simple to deploy, centralized wireless solution that can be expanded and upgraded easily. Being a non-profit, we weren't thrilled with Meraki's ongoing support costs so we looked at Aruba, Aerohive, etc. and then had someone mention Ubiquity. We were like "who"? Did some research, tested out a model (especially since the cost was so cheap even if we hated it) and now 12 APs and 3 switches (soon to be 6+) we couldn't be happier. We generally don't lean on vendor/manufacturer support for hardly anything, so Ubiquity's low price, community support and great (but not perfect) product/software quality has been a pefect fit!
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