Hello, I'm new to the forum and Zorin , but have been a Linux user for 10 + years dual booting with Windows since the beginning. I recently built a system with two drives and have Zorin and Windows 10 on different drives both using TPM 2.0, UEFI, and Secure Boot.
I verified with system info in Win 10 on Linux drive with the command line.
~$ mokutil --sb-state
~$ ls /sys/firmware/efi config_table esrt fw_vendor runtime systab efivars fw_platform_size mok-variables runtime-map vars ~$ dmesg | grep -i tpm [ 0.000000] efi: ACPI 2.0=0x9eb4f000 ACPI=0x9eb4f000 TPMFinalLog=0x9ebb9000 SMBIOS=0x9f539000 MEMATTR=0x996f2018 ESRT=0x9b535818 MOKvar=0x9a6a8000 RNG=0x9f551e18 TPMEventLog=0x93a89018 [ 0.012534] ACPI: TPM2 0x000000009EB9ECF8 000034 (v04 ALASKA A M I 00000001 AMI 00000000) [ 0.012559] ACPI: Reserving TPM2 table memory at [mem 0x9eb9ecf8-0x9eb9ed2b]
Right now the prospect of dual booting the final release of Win 11 is looking pretty good based on the known hardware and security requirements and I will have an answer to my question soon enough. For anyone following a similar path do some research on secure boot . UEFI, and MOK as it relates to Debian/Ubuntu based distros.