This Task Sequence action uses OEM-specific tools or WMI methods to make the necessary firmware configuration updates. The task has the following properties:
|UEFI configuration||Enable this in order to use one of the three available UEFI states.|
|UEFI native with Secure Boot|
The preferred option to enable native UEFI support and Secure Boot. Required if Device Guard or Credential Guard are to be used once the device is migrated to Windows 10.
|UEFI Native without Secure Boot|
Can be used if there are issues with drivers etc. that prevent the device from booting with Secure Boot. This should only be used as a temporary measure while driver/boot issues are investigated, as enabling UEFI without Secure Boot exposes the device to UEFI boot-kit malware.
|UEFI Hybrid with CSM|
Can be used in a task sequence that deploys a Windows 7 x64 image. Windows 7 x64 supports UEFI in hybrid mode with the Compatibility Support Modules (CSM) and a GUID Partition Table (GPT) disk. It enables the device to be upgraded to Windows 10 using an in-place upgrade.
|Enable UEFI PXE|
Enables the UEFI network boot stack in the firmware and is required to enable the device to boot from the network (PXE) after the firmware UEFI mode has been enabled.
Enables the Wake-on-LAN feature in the firmware.
|OEM Toolkit Package||Select the OEM Toolkit package created by the Create 1E OEM Toolkit Package wizard.|