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However, I want to switch my Fedora install from its current MBR based booting to UEFI booting (probably with Secure Boot turned on), because it seems pretty clear that UEFI booting is the way of the future (my toe-stubbing not withstanding).
The components are: The UEM Console is the central management tool for UEM.
The console does not require a database, and anything that is configured in the console is saved as a text file on the configuration file share.
The agent consumes these configuration files from the configuration share during logon and logoff, and it saves the application or Windows settings configuration when the application is closed or when the user logs off, and it stores them on the user data share as a ZIP file.
Or maybe I should just stick to having the basic EFI shell and Grub2 boot environment present, and assume that if I have to boot off the second SSD I'll need to glue things together by hand.
(My root filesystem is mirrored, but I obviously can't do that with the EFI system partition.