In the test version of Windows 11, the bypass of the TPM requirement via the “/product server” command in setup.exe has been removed

In the test version of Windows 11, the bypass of the TPM requirement via the “/product server” command in setup.exe has been removed

Microsoft in the test version of Windows 11 Canary (build 25977) removed the ability to bypass the requirement for the mandatory presence of TPM 2.0 through the “/product server” command to the setup.exe file in the Windows 11 installation directory. But experts have found another way to bypass this limitation.

The new version of Windows 11 shows a command parsing error during installation. The message “The specified command line parameters could not be parsed” appears on the screen.

It turns out that adding the command “/product server” to the setupprep.exe file in the Windows 11 installation directory helps in this case.

In early October, users reported that the excessive system requirements for PCs when installing Windows 11 regarding the mandatory presence of TPM 2.0 and a modern CPU can be bypassed by adding a single “/product server” command to the setup.exe file in the Windows 11 installation directory. in this case, you don’t need to edit the registry yourself or look for third-party builds and tools (Rufus) to help you install Windows 11 where you can disable the PC compatibility check.

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