auto-select 'Disable driver signature enforcement'


  1. Posts : 2
    windows 10 pro
       #1

    auto-select 'Disable driver signature enforcement'


    Is there a way to auto-select 'Disable driver signature enforcement' without user manually pressing '7' or ''F7' so that windows always boot with driver signature enforcement disabled after reboot? All the other methods such as testsigning, nointegritychecks, ddisable_integrity_checks no longer works.
    Thank you!
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  2. Posts : 3,644
    Windows 11 Pro 64 Bit 21H2
       #2

    a. Press the Win + X and click on Settings.

    b. Switch over to the “Update & security” section.

    c. Then click on the Recovery on the left hand side.

    d. Once selected, you will see an advanced startup section appear on the right hand side. You will need to click on the “Restart now” button.
    e. Once your Computer has rebooted you will need to choose the Troubleshoot option.
    f. Then head into Advanced options.
    g. Then Startup Settings.
    h. Since we are modifying boot time configuration settings, you will need to restart your computer one last time.
    I. Here you will be given a list of startup settings that you can change. The one we are looking for is “Disable driver signature enforcement”. To choose the setting, you will need to press the F7 key.
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  3. Posts : 2
    windows 10 pro
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Thank you for the prompt reply!
    I understand the process you described but my original post was a reply to the thread that describes a way to skip all those steps by enabling "Always Boot to Advanced Startup Settings in Windows 10". I'm not sure why my post was moved. The only manual step required using that method (bcdedit /set {globalsettings} advancedoptions true) was pressing '7' or 'F7' key when prompted with startup settings but as I stated in my original post, I'm wondering if there's a way to have '7' or 'F7' automatically selected without user manually having to press the '7' or 'F7' key.
    Thank you!
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