On a Windows Server-based operating system, you have the operating system installed in Legacy MBR mode (PC/AT) with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0. In this situation, you receive a message in the TPM user interface stating that "The TPM is ready for use, with reduced functionality."
On the operating systems that are listed in the Applies To section, TPM 2.0 is supported in UEFI mode only.
TPM 2.0 is designed to be fully functional in UEFI mode. Systems must be in UEFI mode with TPM enabled and secure boot configured and enabled in order to attain the security status that's described in the following TechNet article:
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ID do Artigo: 3123365 - Última Revisão: 17/10/2017 - Revisão: 6
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