Windows 2 GO on external SSD creation from QEMU/KVM VM.

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Created A Windows 2 Go on an external SSD which boots fine on a real machine too -- converted the VM to physical via V2P (Virtual to Physical) conversion, updated a few drivers as necessary and fixed boot etc via method I outlined in the Virtualisation section on the W10 Forums


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It would be interesting to see if the official "Windows To Go" has the same TPM 2.0 requirements?
Might be hard to try it, I think official Microsoft Windows To Go wants an Enterprise key?
 

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It would be interesting to see if the official "Windows To Go" has the same TPM 2.0 requirements?
Might be hard to try it, I think official Microsoft Windows To Go wants an Enterprise key?
Windows to Go is no longer supported and is a deprecated feature. I think it has already been removed.
 

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