How to disable driver signature enforcement

PLEASE FOLLOW BELOW PROCEDURE FOR DISABLE DRIVER SIGNATURE ENFORCEMENT (ENABLE TEST MODE) ON WINDOWS VISTA/7/8/8.1/10 X64 BIT
1. Download RT-SetSecurity64v3.zip (3.5 KB)
2. Unpack to empty directory (i.e. C:\RT-SetSecurity64v3)
3. Make sure to have Administrator rights on the system.
4. Right click on file _prereqSet64v3-10.cmd and select “Run as administrator”.
Run as administrator
5. Press any key to execute the script and wait a few seconds to finish.
Script execute and success
6. On success you will see 4 times “The operation completed successfully.” message.
7. Restart PC to enable new settings.
8. If all is OK, after restart you should see “Test Mode” watermark on lower right corner on your Windows Desktop.
Test Mode enable success
That’s all! Your system is ready to install test-signed drivers (like dongle emulators).
N.B. Do not disable Test Mode, because your x64 driver emulator will stop functioning.
Except small watermark, it does not have significant side effects for your system.
YOUR PC IS WINDOWS 8/8.1/10 X64 WITH UEFI BIOS
If on Windows 8/8.1/10 with UEFI BIOS after run _prereqSet64v3-10.cmd you get following
screen with message:
An error has occurred setting the element data.
The value is protected by Secure Boot policy and cannot be modified or deleted.

Secure Boot protected value
In this case need to restart the PC, enter UEFI BIOS settings, find option “Secure Boot” and set it to Disabled.
Search Google [ How to disable Secure Boot ], because this procedure is different on different BIOS manufacturers.
After disable “Secure Boot” and start PC, do execute script _prereqSet64v3-10.cmd again to enable “Test Mode”.

Last updated : Jul 5, 2020 @ 7:00 pm