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Is Intel Software Guard Extensions the same as a Trusted Execution Enviroment?

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I'm trying to follow this ServerFault solution, but the information used is 13 years old. My Dell XPS 15 9500 has an Intel i7-10750H has support for virtualization and it's enabled. My UEFI parameters no longer has "Trust Execution Environment", the only similar options are TPM and Software Guard Extensions.

The end goal is to get KVMs running in Ubuntu 20.04.3 in VMware Workstation 16 Pro.

starlingx@starlingx:~$ egrep -c '(svm|vmx)' /proc/cpuinfo
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starlingx@starlingx:~$ sudo kvm-ok
INFO: Your CPU does not support KVM extensions
KVM acceleration can NOT be used

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