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Windows 10 Secure Boot and DE 7.1.3.604

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Will enabling Secure Boot on a new Window 10 Anniversary edition impact Drive Encryption 7.1.3.604?

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Re: Windows 10 Secure Boot and DE 7.1.3.604

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MDE uses signed code so as long as the OEM has added the appropriate certificates to their UEFI there shouldn't be an issue.

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MDE uses signed code so as long as the OEM has added the appropriate certificates to their UEFI there shouldn't be an issue.

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Thanks! I just needed verification.

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