vmx disabled with hvci enabled


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vmx is shown as disabled.
This is simply impossible because VT extensions are enabled in uefi setup and cannot be disabled because Device Guard is enabled in the setup too. Hyper-V is installed and is working. As you know, Hyper-V cannot run if VT extensions are disabled.
More, I have enable Virtualized Based Security in Windows 10 with Credential Guard and HVCI. This will work only with Hyper-V and VT extensions enabled.

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VMX reflects the state of "Virtual Machine Extensions" support flag in CPU. However when virtualization is active, the hypervisor can mask any feature including the VMX state.