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Description

Come join us to learn how new Windows 8 BitLocker features will make BitLocker easier to provision in client and server scenarios and will help lead to pervasive deployment and use.
For more information, check out this course on Microsoft Virtual Academy:

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3

Code:

WCL282

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    Saskovel

    - Option to use an operating system volume password to protect the operating system volume on a machine without TPM.
    - Two encryption methods, Used Disk Space Only and Full volume encryption
    - Standard user to change the BL PIN/pass on OS volumes and the BL pass on data volumes
    - Network Unlock on a trusted wired network for BL OS volumes
    (requires the client hardware to have a DHCP driver implemented in its UEFI firmware.)
    - Support for SED & ED (hardware encryption disks)
    - Support for Cluster Shared Volumes on Failover Clusters
    - Active Directory based Protector, new protector in Windows 8 is the ADAccountOrGroup protector, an Active
    Directory SID-based protector. BitLocker can protect a cluster-aware disk
    by adding a SID-based protector for the Cluster Name Object (CNO) that lets
    the disk properly failover and be unlocked to any member computer of the
    cluster.

    WOULD BE NICE MS TO EXPLAIN THIS WITH A VIDEO

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