"Secure Boot" Please respond to the following:

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As explained Microsoft has provided the ability to disable Secure Boot on its x86 platform but not on its Windows 8 ARM-based ARM-based (Windows RT).

Feb 23rd, 2015
Enable/Disable Secure Boot. On non-ARM systems, it is required to implement the ability to disable Secure Boot via firmware setup. A physically present user must be allowed to disable Secure Boot via firmware setup without possession of PKpriv. Programmatic disabling of Secure Boot either during Boot Services or after exiting EFI Boot Services MUST NOT be possible. Disabling Secure MUST NOT be possible on ARM systems."


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