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If multiple changes are necessary to bring the drive into compliance, BitLocker protection may need to be suspended, the necessary changes made, and then protection resumed. This situation could occur, for example, if a removable drive is initially configured for unlock with a password but then Group Policy settings are changed to disallow passwords and require smart cards. In this situation, BitLocker protection needs to be suspended by using the Manage-bde command-line tool, delete the password unlock method, and add the smart card method. After this process is complete, BitLocker is compliant with the Group Policy setting, and BitLocker protection on the drive can be resumed.




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If BitLocker needs to be used on a computer without a TPM, select Allow BitLocker without a compatible TPM. In this mode, a password or USB drive is required for startup. The USB drive stores the startup key that is used to encrypt the drive. When the USB drive is inserted, the startup key is authenticated, and the operating system drive is accessible. If the USB drive is lost or unavailable, BitLocker recovery is required to access the drive.


The Allow data recovery agent check box is used to specify whether a data recovery agent can be used with BitLocker-protected operating system drives. Before a data recovery agent can be used, it must be added from Public Key Policies, which is located in the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) or in the Local Group Policy Editor.


Select Omit recovery options from the BitLocker setup wizard to prevent users from specifying recovery options when they enable BitLocker on a drive. This policy setting means that which recovery option to use when BitLocker is enabled can't be specified. Instead, BitLocker recovery options for the drive are determined by the policy setting.


In Save BitLocker recovery information to Active Directory Domain Services, choose which BitLocker recovery information to store in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) for operating system drives. If Store recovery password and key packages is selected, the BitLocker recovery password and the key package are stored in AD DS. Storing the key package supports the recovery of data from a drive that is physically corrupted. If Store recovery password only is selected, only the recovery password is stored in AD DS.


Select the Do not enable BitLocker until recovery information is stored in AD DS for operating system drives check box if users need to be prevented from enabling BitLocker unless the computer is connected to the domain and the backup of BitLocker recovery information to AD DS succeeds.


Two recovery options can be used to unlock BitLocker-encrypted data in the absence of the required startup key information. Users can type a 48-digit numerical recovery password, or they can insert a USB drive that contains a 256-bit recovery key.


If TPM initialization is performed during the BitLocker setup, TPM owner information is saved or printed with the BitLocker recovery information.The 48-digit recovery password isn't available in FIPS-compliance mode.


To prevent data loss, there must be a way to recover BitLocker encryption keys. If both recovery options are not allowed, backup of BitLocker recovery information to AD DS must be enabled. Otherwise, a policy error occurs.


This policy setting is used to configure the storage of BitLocker recovery information in AD DS. This policy setting provides an administrative method of recovering data that is encrypted by BitLocker to prevent data loss due to lack of key information.


BitLocker recovery information includes the recovery password and unique identifier data. A package that contains an encryption key for a BitLocker-protected drive can also be included. This key package is secured by one or more recovery passwords, and it can help perform specialized recovery when the disk is damaged or corrupted.


If Require BitLocker backup to AD DS is selected, BitLocker can't be turned on unless the computer is connected to the domain, and the backup of BitLocker recovery information to AD DS succeeds. This option is selected by default to help ensure that BitLocker recovery is possible.


A recovery password is a 48-digit number that unlocks access to a BitLocker-protected drive. A key package contains a drive's BitLocker encryption key, which is secured by one or more recovery passwords. Key packages may help perform specialized recovery when the disk is damaged or corrupted.


If the Require BitLocker backup to AD DS option isn't selected, AD DS backup is attempted, but network or other backup failures don't prevent the BitLocker setup. The Backup process isn't automatically retried, and the recovery password might not be stored in AD DS during BitLocker setup.TPM initialization might be needed during the BitLocker setup. Enable the Turn on TPM backup to Active Directory Domain Services policy setting in Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Trusted Platform Module Services to ensure that TPM information is also backed up.


The Allow data recovery agent check box is used to specify whether a data recovery agent can be used with BitLocker-protected fixed data drives. Before a data recovery agent can be used, it must be added from Public Key Policies, which is located in the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) or in the Local Group Policy Editor.


In Configure user storage of BitLocker recovery information, select whether users can be allowed, required, or not allowed to generate a 48-digit recovery password or a 256-bit recovery key.


In Save BitLocker recovery information to Active Directory Domain Services, choose which BitLocker recovery information to store in AD DS for fixed data drives. If Backup recovery password and key package is selected, the BitLocker recovery password and the key package are stored in AD DS. Storing the key package supports recovering data from a drive that has been physically corrupted. To recover this data, the Repair-bde.exe command-line tool can be used. If Backup recovery password only is selected, only the recovery password is stored in AD DS.


Select the Do not enable BitLocker until recovery information is stored in AD DS for fixed data drives check box if users should be prevented from enabling BitLocker unless the computer is connected to the domain and the backup of BitLocker recovery information to AD DS succeeds.


The Allow data recovery agent check box is used to specify whether a data recovery agent can be used with BitLocker-protected removable data drives. Before a data recovery agent can be used, it must be added from Public Key Policies , which is accessed using the GPMC or the Local Group Policy Editor.


In Save BitLocker recovery information to Active Directory Domain Services, choose which BitLocker recovery information is to be stored in AD DS for removable data drives. If Backup recovery password and key package is selected, the BitLocker recovery password and the key package are stored in AD DS. If Backup recovery password only is selected, only the recovery password is stored in AD DS.


Select the Do not enable BitLocker until recovery information is stored in AD DS for removable data drives check box if users should be prevented from enabling BitLocker unless the computer is connected to the domain and the backup of BitLocker recovery information to AD DS succeeds.


Enabling the Configure the pre-boot recovery message and URL policy setting allows customization of the default recovery screen message and URL to assist customers in recovering their key.


Not all characters and languages are supported in the pre-boot environment. It is strongly recommended to verify the correct appearance of the characters that are used for the custom message and URL on the pre-boot recovery screen.


Because BCDEdit commands can be altered manually before Group Policy settings have been set, the policy setting can't be returned to the default setting by selecting the Not Configured option after this policy setting has been configured. To return to the default pre-boot recovery screen leave the policy setting enabled and select the Use default message options from the Choose an option for the pre-boot recovery message drop-down list box.


An identification field is required to manage certificate-based data recovery agents on BitLocker-protected drives and for potential updates to the BitLocker To Go Reader. BitLocker manages and updates data recovery agents only when the identification field on the drive matches the value that is configured in the identification field. In a similar manner, BitLocker updates the BitLocker To Go Reader only when the identification field's value on the drive matches the value that is configured for the identification field.


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