Create a Secure Boot E2B USB drive

If you create a standard E2B v2 USB drive with agFM, then you can usually secure UEFI64-boot from it by booting from the second (FAT32) partition. However, some systems will not Secure UEFI64-boot from the second partition because it uses a Microsoft-signed grub2-based Kaspersky EFI boot file which has been blacklisted by Microsoft. This means …

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