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Hi all, I'm configuring a lab here for SCCm 2002 and I am looking at implementing bitlocker. I have been reading that from 2002, we don't need to enable https through out the MP to encrypt the recovery keys, we can just enable it on IIS. The problem I have is I have no idea how to do this. I quote Niall here from another post: "if you choose to not use PKI in your infrastructure then you need to add a PKI-based server auth cert to the IIS website hosting the recovery service – this can be the same cert you used when configuring HTTPS on the MP or another PKI-issued cert if not using HTTPS
Hi There, Anyone here has hands-on experience on implement Bit-Locker To-Go? In my environment we use SCCM CB-1902 and MBAM server & client. We have single drive in all the client and it has been protected using MBAM agent. Now looking for encryption the removal disc \USB automatically, when it insert. How can I achieve this? Please free to ask me, if required more information. BR, Biju
Hi all, Before I start off. This is a best-practice type of question. The situation below works but I'm unhappy because I need to enable the Continue on Error option for it to work and I was wondering if anyone has a better way of achieving my goals. In our organization we normally have 1 disk per system, be it workstation or laptop. All systems are Bitlockered during OSD. This week we purchased 2 new workstations however with 2 disks: 1 500GB SSD (Boot, OS - disk 0) and 1 2TB HDD (disk 1). I built a TS for OSD. Tweaked some steps for Bitlocker. Ran OSD. Crashed and burned. Statu