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Microsoft recently released update KB5025885 containing changes to secure boot. These changes require specific actions to be taken to continue using Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows bare metal recovery media and other restore operations.
After applying the Microsoft Update with revocations described in KB5025885: How to manage the Windows Boot Manager revocations for Secure Boot changes associated with CVE-2023-24932, the following will occur:
No actions are required, as both the OS of the machine being backed up and WinRE will already have the necessary updates. (check MS for new ISO images)
The most straightforward workaround is to disable Secure Boot, which will allow the machine to boot. However, please consider all security implications documented in Microsoft Documentation: Disabling Secure Boot
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