Why Server inplace upgrade reverts the bootmenu policy to legacy?

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Please consider that setup.exe uses this as a default, except setup will recognize that the boot mode is not UEFI. Thank you very much!

 

bcdedit /set "{current}" bootmenupolicy standard

 

Perhaps you can share your reasons from a PM view why this is still not a default in 2021 :) Thank you very much for your time

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