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Thread: secure boot and TPM
2015-06-21, 10:17 #1
secure boot and TPM
I believe a recent comment in this thread:
SB requires UEFI and a TPM.
- I have a Asus Transform w/ 8.1 and the ability to Secure Boot and no sign of a TPM in device manager.
See 4 paragraphs down on this link.https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...or=-2147217396
Just wanted to avoid some confusion RG
And to make amends here is a link to a powershell use for t/s a secureboot problem:
Just because you don't know where you are going doesn't mean any road will get you there.
2015-06-21, 10:43 #2
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Secure Boot requires a PC that meets the UEFI Specifications Version 2.3.1, Errata C or higher.
Secure Boot is supported for UEFI Class 2 and Class 3 PCs. For UEFI Class 2 PCs, when Secure Boot is enabled, the compatibility support module (CSM) must be disabled so that the PC can only boot authorized, UEFI-based operating systems.
Secure Boot does not require a Trusted Platform Module (TPM).
It's all so confusing!
Thanks for pointing that out.
2015-06-21, 12:10 #3