Advice Request Kernel-mode Hardware-enforced Stack Protection not available anymore after Windows 11 reset

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Kongo

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Hey guys,

I recently reset my Windows 11 to test Smart App Control. Now Kernel-Mode Hardware-enforced Stack Protection isn't available in the security center anymore. Do you guys have any fixes for that?

Thanks in advance! :)
 

Brahman

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Hey guys,

I recently reset my Windows 11 to test Smart App Control. Now Kernel-Mode Hardware-enforced Stack Protection isn't available in the security center anymore. Do you guys have any fixes for that?

Thanks in advance! :)
Did you update/reset the bios? check whether you have the required hardware and CPU virtualization is enabled in BIOS setting.
 

Brahman

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In the latest Windows update, Microsoft has integrated the 'Kernel-Mode Hardware-enforced Stack Protection' feature into other functionalities, so it's no longer visible as a separate option.
 

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