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I installed it and it opens just fine except windows is stuck in introduction mode.. all I can do is the few things Cortana directs me to do as far as setting up my email and everything.. as soon as its finished it starts all over again.
The Trusted Computing Group, a computer industry consortium that created the original TPM standard, defines TPM as, \u201CA computer chip (microcontroller) that can securely store artifacts used to authenticate the platform (your PC or laptop). These artifacts can include passwords, certificates, or encryption keys. A TPM can also be used to store platform measurements that help ensure that the platform remains trustworthy.\u201D[f:Intel technologies may require enabled hardware, software or service activation. No product or component can be absolutely secure. Intel does not control or audit third-party data. You should consult other sources to evaluate accuracy. Your costs and results may vary. Intel Corporation. Intel, the Intel logo, and other Intel marks are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.]\r\n"}},"@type":"Question","name":"How does TPM work","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"TPM technologies generate and manage cryptographic keys that can be used to lock systems or sensitive information and protect them from intruders.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Does my PC have TPM 2.0","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"If you purchased a PC in the last five years, it is highly likely that your computer has a TPM chip and is capable of running TPM 2.0. However, it may have been disabled by your computer\u2019s manufacturer. To see if your computer has TPM 2.0, visit your manufacturer\u2019s website or follow these steps provided by Microsoft.\r\n"],"type":"FAQPage","@context":"https:\/\/schema.org"} Security Benefits of the Intel vPro Platform Intel vPro Enterprise for Windows OS is built for business, providing hardware-enhanced security features that help protect all computing stack layers. Businesses can benefit from supply chain transparency and traceability of PC components, advanced memory scans, and hardware-based support of Windows 11 security services. Furthermore, IT has the ability to quickly roll out software fixes on critical vulnerabilities to managed PCs.
Charles generates its own certificates for sites, which it signs using a Charles Root Certificate, which is uniquely generated for your installation of Charles (as of v3.10). You will see a warning in your browser, or other application, when it receives that certificate because the Charles Root Certificate is not in your list of trusted root certificates. See SSL Proxying.
You can choose to permanently trust each site's certificate as you encounter it, in which case you do not need to trust the Charles Root Certificate. If you would like to automatically trust every certificate issued by Charles, continue with these instructions.
In Charles go to the Help menu and choose "SSL Proxying > Install Charles Root Certificate". Keychain Access will open. Find the "Charles Proxy..." entry, and double-click to get info on it. Expand the "Trust" section, and beside "When using this certificate" change it from "Use System Defaults" to "Always Trust". Then close the certificate info window, and you will be prompted for your Administrator password to update the system trust settings.
As of Android N, you need to add configuration to your app in order to have it trust the SSL certificates generated by Charles SSL Proxying. This means that you can only use SSL Proxying with apps that you control.
In order to configure your app to trust Charles, you need to add a Network Security Configuration File to your app. This file can override the system default, enabling your app to trust user installed CA certificates (e.g. the Charles Root Certificate). You can specify that this only applies in debug builds of your application, so that productio