I'm trying to boot from a Windows To Go on my Surface Pro 3. It has worked on my work desktop, however that uses BIOS instead of UEFI. (But I don't really see how that matters, since it'd be vacuous for Microsoft not to allow UEFI systems to be booted up on a Windows To Go workspace.) On my first attempt, I held the volume down rocker while turning on the surface, then released it when the 'Surface' logo appeared; it didn't work. My second attempt I changed the UEFI settings to boot from a USB before booting from the SSD, and I disabled secure boot control; it didn't work. Lastly, in Control Panel, I changed Windows To Go Startup Options to 'Yes; automatically boot your PC from a windows to go workspace', I then restarted using 'Advanced Startup' from the Update and Security tab in settings. From the advanced startup menu, I selected 'Use a device' then 'USB Entry for Windows To Go', it still booted up through the SSD. Does anyone else have any advice? I've seen some people boot up various Linux OS on a Surface Pro 3 on youtube.com, so it's gotta be possible to use a Windows To Go workstation, right? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!