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thanks for your reply, but this page doesn't help me. I want to install on the NUC the PKpub, KEK, etc. But the BIOS doesn't give me any possibility to do so.
I basically watched a video from intel -> Practical UEFI Secure Boot: Part 1 of 3 (2:40) which shows you how to add your own keys. Unfortunately, this is a intel DQ57TM board and not a NUC. But the point is, that this board offers you the possibility to add new keys within the BIOS under the Secure Boot configuration.
The NUC on the other side looks like this:
Meaning there is no option to install any keys. Even clicking on Plattform Key, KEK, db doesn't open any window to install certificates. The option "Install Intel Platform Key" only installs the keys which are shipped with the NUC.
Do you have an idea how to add a PKpub, KEK, db to the NUC.
I work for Intel Customer Support and I just have confirmation that this feature is not available in current NUC family. Visual and Core BIOS must be modified to add this to the NUC product. Intel is assessing the possibility to add this in future NUC product but existing products will stay as it is due to the complexity.