• [6.10] Win11 - Memory Integrity issues

    • Annoyance

    Hi, I have updated to 6.10 stable and yesterday I installed a new Win11 VM. In that VM I enabled Memory Integrity (Core islolation) and instantly the VM consumes ALOT of resources.
    I have ryzen 7 3900x with 4+4 cpus allocated, just starting Edge or Firefox and have empty tabs consumes 50% of the CPU.
    I installed openvpn client on that machine and doing a speed test gives me a result of 20% of my maximum bandwidth while alot of CPU is used.

    I use many win11 machines with Memory Integrity in my work and I have never seen this scenario on them.

    Something seems quite broken when using win11 security features in a VM on Unraid.


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    I had issue with memory integrity where windows 11 instantly blue screens after windows suggests to enable core isolation protection.


    The fix is to boot into safe mode, then open windows defender and switch off that way. Or manually edit the registry

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