* While you can accomplish most tasks via the Bitlocker Control Panel Applet, I am going to be using the manage-bde commands from an elevated command prompt. This causes a locale change in the BCD (Boot Configuration Database), which Bitlocker with TPM interprets as a boot attack. The reason you see this is that the protection for the drive is not yet completed, but the clear text key still exists. Resolution: manage-bde –protectors –disable c:” o ServicePortal You do not have access to this page Please double check the URL or bookmark.
o By default from most hardware vendors, the HDD is not the first boot device. Consult openssl_get_cipher_methods() for a list of the methods supported on your system updating and encryption. Putting the HDD first in boot order generally eliminates these issues. If your page does not automatically refresh, please follow the link below:.
o Boot into the Operating System and run “ manage-bde -protectors -enable c:“ Scenario # 2: When you are either deploying a new system or encrypting the drive for the first time. o Go into the BIOS and change the Boot Order so the OS HDD is first in the list. ....