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    bit locker

    Has anyone tired this?

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    Using it currently on 90 staff laptops, and also have implemented it on a fleet of 160. Works nicely...depends on the systems you have in place already and on your hardware. More info on the easiest way to implement it over on my Edugeek Blog.

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    We also use it at several schools over 100 laptops, works well.

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    Works a treat on all our TPM enabled notebooks - never used it on a server though (I only assume you are looking at servers given the forum uve posted this in).

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