We have already commented on several occasions that efforts to devote to keep our PC protected against potential attacks are not bad. In this sense, if we want all our files and folders that are in the units must be protected activate and use BitLocker without TPM protection in Windows 10.
Of course, the version of Windows 10 you will not find this feature is the house, but in the Enterprise Pro Version and if the discovery. So we show you not only how you enable protection for your files and folders. You also explain in this short tutorial, step by step to use it the right way.
Enable this feature set is very easy, but it is a message that tells us where it often seems Allow BitLocker without TPM supported. This is because we can generate a complication, something we try to do without major trauma and simple that block access on the hard drive.
How to enable and use BitLocker without TPM protection in Windows 10
When we enable BitLocker protection in Windows 10 , that we must turn to the file explorer. Then, choose the drive that protect, which can be C, D, E, F, etc. select the drive and click right to display the context menu and select Enable Bitlocker it option.
The message and you can not activate this protective function, because you need a TPM that somehow dungeon keys. But for that to happen, there has to be compatible with our computer. Then, the only solution is to grant permission to . Activate and use BitLocker without TPM protection
Steps to activate and use BitLocker without TPM protection in Windows 10
So to start, let’s go to the Start menu and type in the following command the dialog gpedit.msc in this way will enter the Group Policy.
Once in this window select the option Directive the local group. Next, select Configure your computer, then find and select Administrative Templates.
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We will continue with the next option is Windows Components and select BitLocker Drive Encryption, to end the Units option of the operating system.
In this last window we positioned in the start of the section Require additional authentication. And you have to double-click here and choose Enable.
We will also check the check box in the Allow BitLocker without a TPM-compatible option and voila we save just missing the changes we have made in the group’s policy.
Now get us out of this window and proceed to go to the unit in which the function. To do this, we will go to the Explorer File Windows 10.
Next, we’ll select the drive you want to enable this feature, now right click options for unfolding the context menu.
And he will choose the Enable BitLocker option. Now we realize that the function is activated and the error message that we showed from the beginning is not presented.
See how easy it can be to activate various functions in Windows 10, if we know the steps and the way forward for this. Today, we learned to activate a new layer of protection we can add to our files to prevent potential intruders.
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In this put into practice so you know activate and use BitLocker without TPM protection in Windows 10.
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