Enable Secure Boot on your device
Your organization requires that you enable Windows Secure Boot, which is a security feature that helps protect your device.
If you're using a mobile device, contact your support person and they'll help enable Secure Boot for you.
If you're using a PC, you can either:
- Contact your support person for help.
- Try enabling Secure Boot on your own through the PC BIOS menu. For step-by-step instructions, see the Re-enable Secure Boot section in this article.
More information about Secure Boot
Secure boot is a security standard developed by members of the PC industry to help make sure that a device boots using only software that is trusted by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).
Check Secure Boot status
To check the status of Secure Boot on your PC:
- Go to Start.
- In the search bar, type msinfo32 and press enter.
- System Information opens. Select System Summary.
- On the right-side of the screen, look at BIOS Mode and Secure Boot State. If Bios Mode shows UEFI, and Secure Boot State shows Off, then Secure Boot is disabled.