Windows 10: Change Bitlocker password for C: in Windows 10
Change Bitlocker password for C: in Windows 10
How do I change bitlocker password for C: (boot) drive? When I right click on C: drive and choose change bitlocker password or go through control panel, enter old and new password, I get the following error: Group Policy settings do not permit the creation of a password When I go to Edit Group Policy, there is nothing on bitlocker. I also have bitlocker enabled on drive D: I was able to change the password for D: without any issues. So the problem is with the group settings for drive C:
The data on the laptop isn't *that* sensitive, it contains customer invoices/data and some login information for some customer accounts, which I've changed now anyway. I'd just prefer it wasn't viewed.
Basically, the laptop I had died...
I have seen this question asked elsewhere several times, but with different answers...so I just want to make sure my understanding of BitLocker is correct.
In the past, I had used BitLocker on several computers that did Not have a TPM...therefore...
I have a pendrive which contains an important data .I turned on the bitlocker,but forgot the password ,here is the out put any help would be great100734
I have my portable drive encrypted with bitlocker. However, everytime i connect with computer it doesnt appear a window to type in password to unlock rather than a recovery key. Unfortunately, I lost my receovery key so I can not solve...
On WIndows 10 Professional, can you use Bitlocker on a PC that has no TPM, and also not use a USB key? That is, can you specify that your drive will be unlocked solely by a password?