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    Bitlocker no TPM chips backing up to AD

    Is it possible if using windows 8.1 to use either an eDrive or standard HDD without a TPM and store the recovery keys in AD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicholab View Post
    Is it possible if using windows 8.1 to use either an eDrive or standard HDD without a TPM and store the recovery keys in AD?
    You can change a setting in group policy to enable it to encrypt without a TPM.

    Edge Pereira's Blog: How to Enable Bitlocker for Windows 8 without TPM

    It is possible to save the recovery keys to AD. We do this when encrypting ours. Although we do ours as part of a SCCM Task Sequence so not sure how you'd go about configuring it yourself.

    This might help:

    Group Policy Settings for BitLocker Save to AD | Windows 8 content from Windows IT Pro



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