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The KB5007253 Update: The Devil Made Me Fix The TPM

The KB5007253 Update: The Devil Made Me Fix The TPM

This blog will show you how you could make sure you can still pre-provision your devices with Autopilot even when those fancy new devices have Intel Tiger lake chipsets (11th gen). PLEASE NOTE: This fix only works for the Intel Tiger lake chipset, not for AMD!. When there is a fix for AMD I certainly will post a new blog! If you didn’t read my TPM attestation blogs, please read them first as they could give you a good understanding…

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There’s Someone Inside Your ETL

There’s Someone Inside Your ETL

This time a simple blog, about WPA, not to be mixed up with Wifi Protected Acces. I will be talking about the Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA) and how you could use it to get some insights into (as an example) Autopilot Self-Deploying mode. I will divide this blog into multiple parts How to download WPA and how to use it Configuring logging on the client Starting /Stopping Logging Opening the WPR file in WPA 1.How to Download WPA and how…

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The Pursuit of HAPPY…. Uhhh TPM AMD Happyness (Part 3)

The Pursuit of HAPPY…. Uhhh TPM AMD Happyness (Part 3)

This blog will hopefully show you some inside information on what issues you could run into when using AMD TPM attestation and Windows Autopilot for pre-provisioned deployments! I will divide this blog into multiple parts The famous AMD AIK does not exist error Taking a better look at the AMD EKCert Taking a better look at the Key-Id’s Taking a better look at the Certificate Flow Let me correct me something! Sources used Conclusion 1.The famous AIK does not exist…

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The Pursuit of HAPPY… Uhhh TPM Intel Happyness (part 2)

The Pursuit of HAPPY… Uhhh TPM Intel Happyness (part 2)

I guess it’s time for the second part of the Pursuit of Happy…Uhhh Tpm happyness. In the first part, I showed you the first phase during pre-provisioning the device with Autopilot. Please read this first if you haven’t! Like I showed /told you in the blog, it showed you the flow with firmware-based TPM’s (fTPM). A lot changed with the Intel Tiger Lake chipset (11th gen) and like I also showed you, a lot of parts in the flow could…

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