Hello everyone, Here is my issue. If any programs on the device are in an unknown state, then the device is non-compliant in Intune. Also, it is not possible to boot an operating system that is not enabled for Secure Boot, such as Microsoft Windows 7 and certain Linux distributions. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Look for Set Supervisor Password here. Below, Legacy Boot Order is greyed out and cannot be unchecked. I'll try contacting Acer support, but any help here is still appreciated, maybe some suggestions will work.
I succeeded in dual boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16. If not, follow each steps then. But is that bleak future really so possible? Click Restart Now under Advanced startup option. My preferred solution is to go the Win7 way. I will appreciate it very much.
I did not face this issue until I bought this new Acer R13 ultrabook. They make things sow complicated. Surface Hub Surface Hub uses the Windows 10 and later platform. So unfortunately I'm stuck with Bitlocker for Windows. I tried to do the same process with clearing the secure boot keys, or after logging in as an admin. We're still awaiting a reply.
I used OpenSuse on mine so I boot OpenSuse, Debian or W10. Disabling secure boot for windows 7 seems impossible, well I concur. I had the same issue and after following the above steps couldn't figure out why it didn't work. Things are slightly different for you here as by default Acer does not allow you to disable secure boot. To get the correct value, open a command prompt, and type ver. Some hardware requires kernel-mode drivers that must be signed. When set to Require, code integrity detects if an unsigned driver or system file is being loaded into the kernel.
This time, however, they're not. I can't get a answer that works. The manual doesn't help either. The multi-boot option is greyed. Note: many older 32-bit x86 drivers are not signed, because kernel-mode driver signing is a recent requirement for Secure Boot.
Intune-only devices return a not available status. If something goes wrong with Windows, boot in recovery shell and use command line manage-bde to recover partition. Device Guard Now that we have an understanding of Virtual Secure Mode, we can begin to discuss Device Guard. Windows 10 gives manufacturers an option makes the user-configuration toggle optional. I've tried checking some information on the internet, it suggested to set a supervisor password, did that, saved and exit, restarted to bios again and now only Secure Boot is not greyed out it was before , but the Boot Mode is still greyed out. This is mandatory in order to disable secure boot or else secure boot option will always be greyed out. So since their Techs are only supposed to fix the hardware and not the software , I was offered the possibility of returning an otherwise perfectly functional laptop.
For more info, see Secure boot feature signing requirements for kernel-mode drivers. Set to Not configured to let users create passwords like 1234 or 1111. If anything goes wrong on the next reboot, you can boot on recovery mode after inputting the recovery key, open a command shell and use manage-bde to decrypt the disk. Freshly installed and updated Windows 10 Pro and Fedora 28, both in uefi mode ofc. Using Win10 will be if all else fails. Run the previous versions of Windows systems. Microsoft is turning the Secure Boot screws tighter, and Linux users are right to be concerned—but the issue is more complicated and probably less disastrous than it seems at first blush.
And every single hardware maker chose to lock it up tight until the free- and open-obsessed Purism recently realized that. And then change its setting to Disable or Enable with left and right arrow keys. This check reboots your computer, test the pin input and if ok, will crypt the disk after the login. Now having done some googling I found that a new feature called secure boot, it likely not recognizing my card and therefore not allowing the computer to boot. Keep your bitlocker recover key close to you.