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When we released Windows Server 2012 R2 / Windows 8.1 and introduced the world to Generation 2 virtual machines – we were only able to run Windows guest operating systems. In the following months we worked with a bunch of folks in the Linux community and were able to get a number of Linux distributions running on Generation 2 virtual machines.
With the Windows technical preview released we have worked to make this even better. For the first time you can enable Secure Boot on a virtual machine running Linux. To do this you will need to:
- Create a Generation 2 virtual machine
- Change the Secure Boot certificate of the virtual machine using the following PowerShell command:
Set-VMFirmware “VM Name” -SecureBootTemplate MicrosoftUEFICertificateAuthority
- Install a version of Linux that supports SecureBoot using this template (presently Ubuntu or SuSE – latest versions)
Once you have done this – you can verify that Secure Boot is present and functionaly in the system by running:
sudo apt-get install fwts
sudo fwts uefidump – | grep Secure