We need to keep Secure Boot enabled in the BIOS. If I edit the image and install the latest driver for the 8153 Realtek (ISO image has driver from 2015!) then burn using Rufus, the installation fails because of Secureboot.
nuhi once said; ...... As for secure boot in general, NTLite is not editing any files so it doesn't have anything to complain about.
Secure boot is about installed/boot drivers and signatures, all intact. .......
So as long as you keep boot untouched? there should be no problems? i am not expert in this but i would also want to know how to not break secure boot since it will be needed for windows 11