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What is UEFI?

UEFI has replaced BIOS as the interface between the operating system and hardware over the last several years. It’s now the key foundation for the advanced security features in Windows 10 such as Device Guard or Credential Guard. Unless UEFI is enabled, systems will be left open to potential attack.

This video explains what UEFI is and how to enable it as part of a Windows 10 deployment using 1E’s automation tools Windows Servicing Suite and Nomad.

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