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Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption is a security feature that provides data protection for your computer by encrypting all data stored on the Windows operating system hard disk drive.
|Before Enabling BitLocker|
This information applies only to computers on the WIN domain and that may have the SCCM client installed.
This information applies only to computers that are self-managed and administered, including those that are not on the WIN domain.
- Key recovery using BitLocker Helpdesk
- Key recovery using BitLocker Self-Service
- [hd:Key recovery using Active Directory Users and Computers]
- How to decrypt a drive
- How to enable BitLocker encryption on a portable drive
- How to migrate from PGP to BitLocker:
- BitLocker hardware requirements
- BitLocker Drive Encryption Step-by-Step Guide for Windows 7
- Encryption services at MIT
- Frequently asked questions about BitLocker
- [What is the difference between a TPM owner password, recovery password, recovery key, PIN, enhanced PIN, and startup key?]
- Top troubleshooting issues for BitLocker
- Please refer to MS Technet FAQ for help with questions not listed here.
- Users in need of further assistance can contact the Service Desk at 617.253.1101, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by submitting a request online (http://ist.mit.edu/help).