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Enabling Bitlocker on Windows 7
12/22/2016 1129 views
Currently we have bitlocker enabled on Windows 7 machines on our machine for C; drive.
Just wanted to check whether there are any additional benefits of extending the protection to D: drive as well and encrypting it.
If we enable bit locker protection only on C: drive, in the event of loss of laptop is there any risk of D; drive data being accessed if bit locker is not enabled.
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If data security is a priority then bit locking D drive is a must.
In your current use case above, you can still access the D drive buy removing the hdd/ssd and plugging it into another system.
Answered 12/23/2016 by: rileyz