Many organizations are taking advantage of Microsoft’s BitLocker drive encryption software that is built into Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and later versions of Windows. To ensure that encrypted drives are accessible to authorized members of organizations, Microsoft has provided the ability to back up BitLocker recovery information to Active Directory (AD). For more information about the details, see Backing Up BitLocker and TPM Recovery Information to AD DS in the TechNet documentation.
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