Hi all, I am using Parallels Desktop Pro Versión 19.0.0 (54570) in an apple M1 architecture. - I want to get a Linux Guest VM configured with TPM emulation to Boot a Fedora 38 Linux guest arm64 using secure boot. Currently I am able by changing by hand the config.pvs file by adding the below to the <Hardware> tag: <TpmChip dyn_lists="" Type_patch="1"> <Type>201</Type> <Policy>3</Policy> </TpmChip> And by adding the below to the <Startup> tag: <Bios EfiEnabled_patch="" dyn_lists=""> <EfiEnabled>5</EfiEnabled> <EfiSecureBoot>2</EfiSecureBoot> </Bios> I got a message that the system cannot boot because Secure Boot rejected to start the OS. That make me think that is working, but I don't understand why the system is not booting: - The shim module should allow to boot, because it is pesigned by Microsoft, and is the part which allow to load Fedora signed modules. - I am going to try to re-install to verify it could be because the current guest OS was installed with out the TPM emulation and secure boot. My final goal is to get a VM that I could use as a laboratory to investigate and develop UEFI modules (I got that with qemu + edk2 tianocore but using x86_64 arch; I am wondering if something similar could be achieved by using a Parallels Desktop VM; if that wouldn't be possible, please let me know and I will put my effort by using qemu on an apple M1 chip and preparing something using edk2 tianocore to boot up a hello world UEFI application.