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BitLocker is an encryption feature available in Windows Vista Ultimate, Enterprise, and Server 2008. This protects your data against theft if your computer is lost or stolen.
BitLocker is an encryption security feature applied to the entire operating system volume on the hard disk. This provides additional security to your data if a drive is lost, stolen, or decommissioned. This also works in the event of a malicious attack which tries to steal data. BitLocker Provides enterprise business with enhanced data protection that can use Active Directory to remotely restore recover keys. You can set users to enter in a Personal Identification Number or in sert a flash drive with a unique key before a system will boot. You even go as far to require both. BitLocker does require 2 NTFS partitions. The system volume must be at least 1.5GB to allow enough space for boot files, the Windows Pre-Execution environment (WinPE), and other files that might be needed in the future.
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