thanks, that’s helpful.
I forgot where I found this from, but someone else had shared pulling this status from setupact.log - I think I prefer that WMI method though, and secure boot is a helpful addition.
(following text of last ", " of it | it) of concatenations ", " of following texts of firsts "Detected boot environment: " of lines containing "Detected boot environment: " of files "setupact.log" of folders "Panther" of windows folders
I actually ran into my first batch of computers that are classic BIOS but GPT partition style. This was really puzzling, I’ve never seen a machine that wasn’t MBR if it was classic BIOS. I couldn’t figure out why our crappy encryption solution couldn’t install for a little bit (current version only supports BIOS/MBR).