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Wilmatic81
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Automate enabling Enable Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) in BIOS

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HP G6 Desktop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Currently we have an issue with BitLocker compliance on our HP G6 Desktops in Intune. After encryption, it does not change the compliance even though it is properly encrypted. Microsoft provided a solution Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) must be enabled for this to work as it updates the Windows Health Attestation. We have tested and confirmed after enabling it in the BIOS, it becomes compliant after a few hours.

 

My question is, has anyone been able to automate this successfully? I was able to script it with PowerShell and also using the HP BIOS Configuration Utility. However, after enabling it, it does not boot into Windows, stuck in POST. I'd have to disable it from the BIOS and let it book back into Windows.

 

Setting it manually in the BIOS has no issues but we have several remote offices with no support staff which is why we would like to automate this process. Not sure if this is possible and might be by design but any info would be helpful.

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we have several remote offices with no support staff which is why we would like to automate this process. 

 

How did those offices physically obtain those computers? 

Did your office purchase the computers, configure them, and then ship them to the remote offices?

 

 

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