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Recovery Partition Question

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Hi All

 

A quick question and sorry if it has been asked before.

 

Anyway, say a Windows 10 PC (HP) has a recovery partition and policies are deployed to encrypt the device and compliance policies require BitLocker.

 

With that, the C: Drive gets encrypted but the D: Drive recovery partition does not, would the device fail compliance checks?

 

Info appreciated

 

Stuart

1 Reply

Hi Stuart,

 

normally recovery partitions do have a special flag to mark them as recovery partition. This way they are handled differently by the OS to not assign a letter and so on. In your case the BitLocker compliance setting would assume one OS partition which is encrypted by BitLocker and would not fall into non-compliant.

 

best,

Oliver

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